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Compiled by NELL M. NUGENT 
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Cavaliers and Pioneers 

A CALENDAR OF VIRGINIA LAND GRANTS 



1800 



Vol. I. 



No. 1. 



PATENT BOOK No. 1 



Sir Francis Wyatt, Knight, Governor 
and Captain General of Va., to LT. 
GILES ALLINGTON, 100 acres, Aug. 
22, 1624, Page 23. 

Gentleman, ancient planter, of Kiccough- 
tan in Elizabeth County, as his first 
divident, situated between Newport 
News & Blunt Point, adjoining land 
of Pharoah Flinton and William Bentley. 

Sir Francis Wyatt, to PETER ARUN- 
DEL, 200 acres, Nov. 8, 1624, Page 44. 
Gent., of Buck Roe in Eliz. City Co., as 
his first divident, near land of Bartholo- 
mew Hoskins. Due as part of a bill of 
adventure of 287 Lbs. 10 Shill. dated 
Oct. 4, 1617. Signed, David Watkins. 

John Pott, Governor &c, to WIL- 
LIAM ANDREWES, 100 acres, Mar. 
14, 1628, Page 71. 

His first divident. On the Eastern Shore 
of Chesepiake Bay, adjoining Capt. Wm. 
Epes. Due for the transportation of 
Robt. Owles and John Holmes, who 
came in the Southampton in 1622. 

Capt. John West, Governor &c, to 
WM. ANDREWS, 200 acres, June 25, 
1635, Page 182. 

Accomack County on North side of 
Hungers Creek and West upon the bay. 
For the personal adventure of his wife 
Susanna and trans, of Robt. Johnson, 
Andrew Sims, James Littlejohn. 

Francis West, Governor &c, to JOHN 
ARUNDEL, 12 acres, Dec. 12, 1627, 
Page 81. 

Gent., Eliz. City Co. at Buck Roe, near 
land of David Poole, Frenchman, & 
James Bonall, Frenchman. 10 year lease. 
Fee rent 12 Lb. of tobacco yearly. 



Francis West, to JOHN ARUNDEL, 
100 acres, Aug. 1, 1632, Page 109. 
In the lower parish of Eliz. City Co. ad- 
joining Bartholomew Hoskins & John 
Chandler. Due as part of a bill of ad- 
venture dated Oct. 4, 1617. 

Sir John Harvey, to JACOB AVERIE, 

500 acres, p. 102. Feb. 2, 1630. 
Gent., on Skiffes Creek towards Martins 
Hundred, near land of Thos. Howell. 
21 year lease. Consideration: 500 Lbs. 
Tobacco yearly. 

Capt. Tohn West, to JOHN ARNICE, 
400 acres, June 26, 1635, Page 185. 
Warrasquioake Co., East side of Nanse- 
mond River, adjoining Richard & Robert 
Bennett. For the personal adventure of 
himself, wife Marie, son William and 
transportation of James Smith, Tho. 
Webb, John Morgan, Thomas Williams, 
Rich. Davis. 

Capt. John West, to WILLIAM 
ARMESTEAD, 450 acres, July 7, 1636, 
Page 370. 

Eliz. City Co., adj. Mr. Southall and 
John Branch. For the transpor. of his 
wife, Ann, and Rowland Owen, Rich. 
Clements, Robt. Glenister, Yorath Dane, 
Rich. Banks, Robt. Kendall, Andr. Stre- 
cher, Gilbert Guy. 

Sir John Harvey, to WILLIAM 
ARMESTEAD, 300 acres, May 16, 1638, 
Page 564. 

Eliz. City Co. adj. John Branch. Due 
by assignment from Lt. Rich. Popeley, 
due him in right of Giles Jones & Eliza- 
beth Jones his wife which said Elizabeth 
lived here in the time of Sir Thomas 
Dale, and is now the wife of said 
Popeley. 



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Capt. John West, to THOMAS ALLEN, 
550 acres, page 381. Sept. 14, 1636. 
Eliz. City Co. towards the great Indian 
Fields. Due for the trans, of 11 per- 
sons, whose names are not given. 

Sir John Harvey, to THOMAS ALLEN, 
May 6, 1637. 

Lower Co. of New Norfolk. Confirma- 
tion of the above patent. 

Capt. John West, to THOMAS AN- 
DREWS, 50 acres, p. 403. Nov. 28, 
1630. 

Eliz. City Co. upon the school land, ad- 
joining Elizabeth Tompson. 21 year 
Lease. Fee rent 2 bbls. Indian corn. 

Sir John Harvey, to MATHEW AT- 
KINSON, 200 acres, Aug. 18, 1637, 
Page 456. 

Upper Co. of New Norfolk, upon 
Nansemond River adj. Percivall Cam- 
pion & John Gookin. Due for his own 
personal adventure and trans, of Mathew 
Atkinson, Jr., Thomas Atkinson and 
Tho. Towning. 

Sir John Harvey, to WALTER ASH- 
TON, 590 acres, July 26, 1638, Page 
478. 

Gent. Charles City Co. between Sherly 
Hundred and land of Nathaniel Causey. 
Due for the personal adv. of himself 
and wife Warbowe, and transporting 
James Jefferson, Wm. Ward, Thos. 
Shield, Richard Williams, John Wil- 
liams, Wm. Jones, John Hobbs, John 
Esquire, John Roberts, John Macey. 

Sir John Harvey, to HUGH ALLEN, 
225 acres, Oct. 18, 1638, Page 633. 
Charles River Co., adj. Mr. Roulston, 
Martin Baker and Robt. Bean. Due for 
his personal adventure and trans, colo- 
nists the first and second year to said 
county: John Potter, Abrahame Caine, 
Thomas Jefferyes, Thomas Man, Hugh 
Allen, Charles Allen. 

Sir John Harvey, to HUGH ALLEN, 
100 acres, p. 633. Oct. 18, 1638. 
Charles River Co., adj. Roulston and 
John Poteete. For the personal adv. of 
himself and son, Charles. 



Sir Francis Wyatt, to SAMUEL AL- 
MOND, 600 acres, Jan. 6, 1639, Page 
711. 

Henrico County, upon E. side of the 
River about 2 miles below the falls. 
200 acres patented Nov. 21, 1637, due 
for his own personal adv. and trans. 3 
persons, and 400 acres due by sale from 
Thos. Crosby, dated Feb. 26, 1638 and 
trans, of Wm. Wood, Barnaby Richeson, 
Miles Cooke, Wm. Rider, Edw. Evans, 
Wm. Ridley, John Bennett, Richard 
Childs, Wm. Barker, Robt. Phelps, 
Charles White. (Deed of B. & S. Pat. 
Bk. 1, p. 712.) 

Sir Francis Wyatt, to JOHN BAIN- 
HAM, 300 acres, Dec. 1, 1624, Page 17. 
Gent., of Kiccoughtan, in Eliz. City Co., 
as his first divident. About 3 miles up 
the main creek between Haxoms Gaole 
and Blunt Point, adj. Capt. Samuel 
Mathews & Wm. Clayborne. Due for 
the trans, of John Bainham, his son, 
deceased, who came in the Charles in 
1621, Robt. Draper, in the Jacob in 
1624, John Hogskins, John Mott, Sr., 
John Mott, Jr. and John Dansye, Jr. in 
the George in 1621. 

Sir Francis Wyatt, to WILLIAM 
BENTLEY, 50 acres, Dec. 1, 1624, Page 
24. 

Elizabeth City Co. a new planter who 
came to this country at his own charges 
in the Jacob in 1624. As his first divi- 
dent, between Newport News & Blunt 
Point, adj. Giles Allington & Thos. 
Godbye. 

Sir Francis Wyatt, to JOHN BUSH, 
300 acres, Dec. 1, 1624, Page 31. 
Gent., who came to this country in the 
Neptune in 1618. Lying within the 
parish of Kiccoughtan in Elizabeth City 
Co., adj. Lt. Albino Lupo, Wm. Julian 
& Wm. Prichett. For the trans, out of 
England of his wife, Elizabeth, 2 chil- 
dren Elizabeth & Mary, who came in 
the Guift in 1619, and Thomas Hand 
and Wm. Parker, in the Charles in 1621. 

Sir Francis Wyatt, to MARY BOUL- 
DIN, 100 acres, page 42, Jan. 12, 1624. 
Wife of Thos. Bouldin, an ancient plan- 



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ter, for her first divident. 1^2 miles up 
Southampton River in Eliz. City County. 

Sir Francis Wyatt, to THOMAS 
BOULDIN, 200 acres, Jan. 20, 1624, 
Page 43. 

Yeoman and ancient planter, on South- 
ampton River, Eliz. City Co., adj. his 
wife's land. Due in his own personal 
right and 100 acres sold by him to 
Richard Birchett Jan. 19, 1619. 

Francis West, to JAMES BONALL, 
50 acres, p. 82, Dec. 12, 1627. 
Vignerone. Situated at Buck Roe in 
Eliz. City Co., near John Arundell & 
Wm, Hampton. Lease. Fee Rent 50 
Lbs. of good tobacco yearly. 

Sir John Harvey, to JAMES BON- 
ALL. 

Renewal of lease. May 8, 1633. 

Francis West, to RICHARD BALL, 
6 acres, Page 84, Dec. 10, 1627. 
At Buck Roe, Eliz. City Co., adj. David 
Poole, N. towards the wading place. 
Lease. Fee rent, 6 Lb. weight good to- 
bacco. 

Francis West, to ROBERT BROWNE, 
20 acres, page 86, Sept. 20, 1628. 
Accomack County, Planter. Adj. land 
of Capt. Clement Dilke & John Home. 

Lease, Fee rent: 20 wt. Tobacco. 

Sir John Harvey, to NICHOLAS 
BROWNE, 50 acres, page 101, June 6, 
1632. 

Planter. Eliz. City Co. towards head of 
Southampton River. Adj. land of Wal- 
ter Heeley. Lease, Fee rent 7^2 bu. 
Indian corn. 

Sir John Harvey, to ROBERT BARR- 
INGTON, 250 acres, page 108, July 6, 
1632. 

Within corporation of James City, upon 
the back river and Powhatan Swamp. 

Sir John Harvey, to LAUNCELOTT 
BARNES, 100 acres, April 12, 1633, 
Page 142. 

Gent. Within precincts of Eliz. City, 



known as the Indian Thicket, 50 acres 
in the tenure of Saml. Bennett and 50 
in the tenure of Wm. Warren. Lease. 

Sir John Harvey, to CHRISTOPHER 
BRANCH, 100 acres, page 155, Oct. 20, 
1634. 

Planter, of Arrowhattocks, in Henrico 
Co., adj. land of John Griffin, Thos. 
Sheffeild. Lease, Fee rent 4 bbls. Indian 
corn. 

Sir John Harvey, to CAPT. HUGH 
BULLOCK. 

Lying from the run that falleth down by 
Eastern side of land known as the 
Woodyard, along the Pocoson River. 

Sir John Harvey, to MARTIN 
BAKER, 600 acres, April 24, 1635, page 
168. 

Being from Robert Bue to Capt. Mar- 
tin's land. 

Capt. John West, to RICHARD BEN- 
NETT, 2,000 acres, June 26, 1635, page 
186. 

Upon Nansemond River near land of 
Georg Fawden. Due for trans, at his 
own costs: John Francis, Ann Atwood, 
Alex. Garner, John Lane, Georg Locker, 
Eliz. Husley, Jon. Peeters, Jon. Doe, 
Tho. Williams, Gilbert Lee, Tho. Jones, 
Ambro. Bennett, Rich. Cullumbine, Tho. 
Luter, Robt. Moore, Hen. Rutkin, Rich. 
Morris, Ralph Hewes, Rich. Glascock, 
Edw. Yorke, Wm. Quilmead, Peter Bay- 
ly, Robt. Rowson, Peter White, Wm. 
Fowler, Wm. Limpson, Wm. Durand, 
Ralph Compoore, Arthur Wood, Hen. 
Johnson, Grace, his wife, James Smith, 
Mary Harding, Arthur, Martin, Georg 
Busson, Rich. Bennett. 

Capt. John West, to ROBERT BEN- 
NETT, 700 acres, June 26, 1635, Page 
188. 

About A l / 2 mi. up a creek near mouth 
of Nansemond River, adj. Robert New- 
man. Due for trans. James Leonard, 
Peter Rice, Eliz. Gilbert, George Rawles, 
Robert Rabye, Rich. Hayes, Phill. Shar- 
rin, Geo. Rotheram, Jon. Ford, Jon. Lee, 
Ann Bushy, Richd. Smith, Edward 
Mayo, Eliz. Buzzy. 



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Capt. John West, to GEORGE 
BURTCHER, 200 acres, page 203, July 
3, 1635. 

James City Co., between Hog Island 
Creek & Lawnes Cr. Due for the per- 
sonal adv. of himself, wife Anne, and 
John Jefferson, his wife's son, and his 
daughter Ann. 

Capt. John West, to THOMAS BUT- 
LER, 1,000 acres, July 11, 1635, Page 
222. 

Clerk & Pastor of Denbie, Warras- 
quioake Co., adj. land of Geo. Fawdon 
& John Parrott. Due for the personal 
adv. of John Brewer & Marie, his wife, 
and for trans. 18 persons into the colony. 
The right to the said land is transferred 
to said Butler, who married Marie 
Brewer, widow. John Potter, Rice 
Davis, Eliz. Rowell, Eliz. Wallis, Ann 
Williams, Susanna Williamson, Dorias 
Hound, John Jordan, Dennis Mohonney, 
Edward Willis, Redmond Fitzgarret, 
Nich. Walsh, Tho. Ketle, John Langston, 
Michaell Babbington, Roger Williams, 
Richard Johnson, Thomas Witney. 

Sir Francis Wyatt, to JOHN CHEW, 
1 rood, 9 pole, Aug. 14, 1624. Page 7. 
Merchant. "For the better convenience 
and more commoditie of his house by 
him erected in the New Towne within 
the precincts of James City, adj. Rich. 
Stephens and Capt. Hamor. Part of his 
first divident. 

Sir Francis Wyatt, to WILLIAM 
CLAYBORNE, 150 acres, June 3, 1624, 
Page 41. 

Gent, of James City. His first divident 
on W. side Southampton River within 
corporation of Elizabeth City, in two 
parcels. Adj. John Gunnery, Wm. Lans- 
don, near Wm. Capps. Due for trans, 
out of England: Wm. Harris in the 
George in 1621, Wm. Morris & John 
Phipps in the Tyger in 1621. 

Sir Francis Wyatt, to JOHN CHEESE- 
MAN, 200 acres, Sept. 2, 1624, Page 47. 
Gent, of Kiccoughtan, his first divident. 
On the S. side of the river adj. land of 
John Sipsey. Due for trans. Thomas 
Fuller, Inocent Power, Peter Dickeson, 
Cutbert Brookes, who came in the 
Southampton in 1622. 



Francis West, to PHETTIPLACE 
CLAUSE, 100 acres, Dec. 2, 1628, page 
68. 

An ancient planter, his first personal 
divident. E. side Warrasquioake River, 
adj. Rice Jones. Formerly granted by 
Sir Georg Yeardley May 2, 1619- 

John Pott, to ZACHARIAH CRIPPS, 

100 acres, Page 74. 

Gent, of Warwick River, for his first 
devident. Lying at the mouth of War- 
wick River, S. upon Saxons gaole, N. 
towards land of Gilbert Peppitt, dec'd. 
Due for trans. Thomas Dryhurst, Ma- 
thew Lyving, who came in the Neptune 
in 1618. 

Sir Francis Wyatt, to CAPT. RAW- 
LEIGH CRAWSHAW, 500 acres, Date 
missing. Page 4. 

Gent., ancient planter, who hath re- 
mained in this country 15 years complete 
and performed many services to the 
colony, Eliz. City Co. near Old Point 
Comfort. For his own personal adv. and 
trans, his servant and wife in the Bona 
Nova in 1621. 

Sir Francis Wyatt, to JOHN CHEW, 
1 R. 9 poles, p. 7. Aug. 14, 1624. 
Merchant. For the better convenience of 
his house builded in the New Towne 
within precincts of James City, adj. N. 
upon the backstreet, S. upon Rich. Ste- 
phens & E. upon Capt. Hamor. 

Sir Georg Yeardly, to DICTORIS 
CHRISTMAS, 50 acres, page 78. August 
24, 1627. 

Planter of Elizabeth City. Being part of 
the Strawberry bank, adj. Edw. Waters. 
Lease. Fee rent, 50 wt. Tobacco. 

Dictoris Christmas, to LYONELL 
ROULSTON, Sept. 29, 1628, Page 134. 
Assignment of the above where he now 
dwells. Witnesses, Wm. Clayborne, 
Edw. Cage. 

Fxancis West, to WILLIAM COX, 
100 acres, page 89, Sept. 20, 1628. 
Planter. Lease. Within Eliz. City near 
land of Christ. Calthropp. Fee rent, 100 
wt. Tobacco. 



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Francis West, to WILLIAM COOKE- 
SEY, 150 acres, page 95, Dec. 2, 1628. 
Planter of Warwick River. Lease. E. 
side Blunt Creek, adj. John Layden. Fee 
rent, 150 wt. Tobacco. 

Sir John Harvey, to JEREMIAH CLE- 
MENTS, 350 acres, Aug. 26, 1633, 
Page 124. 

Son & heir of Elizabeth Clements, deed. 
Upon E. side of Upper Chippoakes 
Creek, E. and N. upon the main river. 
Due for the personal adventure of: 
Elizabeth Clements, Jeremiah, Nicholas 
& Ezekiel, her sons, Eliz. her daughter, 
Dorothy Greene & Jefferie Hull, who 
came in the George in 1617. 

Sir John Harvey, to HENRY CONEY, 
10 acres, page 130. July 24, 1632. 
Gent. Towards the head of Archers 
Hope Creek, adj. land of John Johnson 
& Robt. Martin. Lease. Fee rent 3 
bbls. corn. 

Sir John Harvey, to HENRY COLE- 
MAN, 60 acres, May 30, 1634. Page 
147. 

Planter. Within Eliz. City, adj. Indian 
House Thicket & Southampton River. 
Formerly granted Christ. Windmill and 
assigned to said Coleman by Francis 
Hough, Jan. 3, 1633, who married the 
widow of said Windmill. Lease. Fee 
rent 2 bbls. corn. Witnesses, John 
Robins, Richard Rutherford. 

Sir John Harvey, to WILLIAM CON- 
NER, 60 acres, Aug. 13, 1634, Page 152. 
Planter. Lease. Eliz. City Co., E. side 
Little Otterdam, towards land of Tho- 
mas Thornbury. Fee rent 2 bbls. corn. 

Sir John Harvey, to THOMAS 
CAUSEY, 150 acres, p. 162, Apr. 18, 
1635. 

Charles City County in the Indian feild, 
N. upon Jordan Journey & S. upon 
Chaplins Choice. 

Capt. John West, to DANIEL CUG- 
LEY, 400 acres, p. 183, June 25, 1635. 
Accomack Co., known as Hogg Pen 
Neck. Due for the trans, of: Pascall 
Crocker, Thos. Peale, Peter Varlon, 



John Champion, Thos. Dyner, Leonard 
Leonards, George Luckin, John Dennis. 

Capt. John West, to DANIEL CUG- 
LEY, 400 acres, p. 189, June 27, 1635. 
Accomack Co., adj. Mrs. Hannah Savage. 
Due for the trans, at his own costs of 
8 persons. (Names not given.) 

Capt. John West, to WILLIAM 
CLARKE, 250 acres, p. 195, July 1, 
1635. 

Warresquioke Co., on S. side of Nanse- 
mond River, adj. Georg Fawder. Due 
for his personal adv. and trans, of: 
Alex. Tucker, Franc. Costerdine, Thomas 
Southerne, Jos. Spring. 

Capt. John West, to ROWLAND 
CHAMBERS, 50 acres, p. 218, July 10, 
1635. 

James City Co. Due for service by 
covenant from Thomas Phillipps, his 
master. 

Capt. John West, to ERASMUS CAR- 
TER, 100 acres, p. 221, July 10, 1635. 
James City Co., on S. side of James 
River called Half Way Tree Neck, near 
Capt. Brown's plantation. For the per- 
sonal adv. of his wife, Phillis, and Tho- 
mas Cole. 

Capt. John West, to CHRISTOPHER 
CALTHORPE, 500 acres, page 227, July 
13, 1635. 

Eliz. City Co., in the New Poquoson 
River, towards John Powell. Granted 
by order of court dated Apr. 26, 1631 
for the trans, of 10 persons. (Names 
not given.) 

Capt. John West, to JOHN CLAY, 
1200 acres, p. 230, July 13, 1635. 
Charles City Co., adj. Francis Hooke, 
N. upon James River. 100 acres dues 
as an ancient planter and 1100 for the 
trans, of 20 persons. (Names not 
given.) 

Sir Francis Wyatt, to ELIZABETH 
DUNTHORNE, 100 acres, p. 38, Sept. 
20, 1624. 

Eliz. City Co. An old planter, wife of 
Thos. Dunthorne, yeoman, for her first 
personal divident, in the praish of Kic- 



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coughtan, near Gleab land & Wm. 
Gainye. 

Sir Georg Yeardley, to ADAM 
DIXON, 200 acres, Sept. 8, 1627, Page 
53. 

Yeoman, of the corp. of James City. 
His first divident, in the territory of 
Tappahannah, 1 mi. below upper Choo- 
pokes Cr. over against Danceing Point, 
adj. land assigned to the office of Trea- 
surer. Due for the trans, of himself, 
Ann, his wife, Elizabeth, his daughter 
and John Martin, all of whom came in 
the Margarett & John in 1622. 

Francis West, to CAPT. CLEMENT 
DILKE, 100 acres, p. 56, Dec. 12, 1627. 
Eastern shore of Accomack, near land of 
Hannah Savage. Due for the trans, of 
himself & wife, Elizabeth, who came in 
the George in 1622. 

Sir Georg Yeardly to CLEMENT 
DILKE, 20 acres, page 76, Feb. 6, 1626. 
Accomack Co. Lease, with all houses 
thereon built, adj. Thos. Powell & 
Nicholas, late in the occupation of Capt. 
John Wilcocks. Fee rent, 20 wt. of 
Tobacco. 

John Pott, to THOMAS DELA 
MAJOR, 3 acres, page 97, Mar. 14, 
1628. 

Joyner. James City Co. at Goose Hill, 
adj. Dame Elizabeth Dale. Lease. Fee 
rent, 3 Lb. wt. of Tobacco. 

Sir John Harvey, to WILLIAM 
DAWKES, 250 acres, June 20, 1632, 
Page 107. 

Planter. Chas. City County, called Vari- 
nas, towards land of Thos. Parker. His 
first divident. Due in right of his father, 
Henry Dawkes, and his uncle, William 
Leigh, for their personal adventure and 
bill of adv. dated July 14, 1608. Grant- 
ed by order of court dated Oct. 7, 1631. 

Sir John Harvey, to WILLIAM 
DAWKES, 200 acres, page 114, Sept. 
7, 1632. 

Planter. Chas. City Co. Due as heir of 
his father. (Same as above.) 



Sir John Harvey to WILLIAM 
DAWKES, 50 acres, p. 138, Mar. 15, 
1632. 

Chas. City Co. 21 year lease, adj. above 
patents. Fee rent 2 bbls. Indian corn. 

Sir John Harvey to THOMAS 
DAVIS, 300 acres, Mar. 6, 1633, Page 
128. 

Son & Heir of James Davis, Gent, late 
of Henrico. Abuting E. on Warwicks- 
queicke Cr. about 2 miles from the 
mouth. In right of his father, an an- 
cient planter, and for the trans, of: 
George Cooke & Alice Mulleines who 
came in the George in 1617. and in 
right of his mother, Rachell Davis, an 
ancient planter. 

Capt. John West to JOHN DAVIS, 
100 acres, p. 204, July 4, 1635. 
James City Co;, E. side of Jockeys Neck. 
50 acres due by covenant from Richard 
Perry, and 50 acres for the transporta- 
tion of Richard Thomas. 

Capt. John West to JOHN DEN- 
NETT, 200 acres, p. 271. Aug. 10, 
1635. 

James City Co., between Martins Hun- 
dred and Kiskiake, adj. Thos. Kingston. 
Due for the trans, of: John Ley, Jon. 
F.owland, Susan Richey, Ann Combey. 

Capt. John West to RICHARD DUR- 
RANT, 250 acres, p. 274, Aug. 24, 
1635. 

James City County, running W. to the 
middle plantation. Due for the personal 
ad. of himself and wife, and trans, of: 
Walter Grimes, Tho. Benton, Mary 
Smith. 

Capt. John West to WILLIAM DEN- 
HAM, 300 acres, p. 278, Aug. 26, 1635. 
In Warresquioake River, N. W. from 
land of Thos. Jorden, against Mr. But- 
ler. Due for trans. 6 persons. (Names 
not given.) 

Capt. John West to HENRY DAN- 
IEL, 200 acres, p. 306, Nov. 13, 1635. 
James City Co., adj. Alexander Stoner. 
For the personal adv. of himself and 
wife, Elizabeth, and trans, of: Eliza- 
beth Hudson and Katherine Sanders. 



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Capt. John West to WILLIAM 
DAWSON, 150 acres, Nov. 20, 1635, 
Page 316. 

Within the first small creek of Warres- 
quioake Great Creek, near Henry 
Hooper's land. Due by deed from 
Hugh Williams dated June 16, 1635, 
and due said Williams for trans, of: 
Henry Reason, Jon. Walter, Jon. Boran. 

Capt. John West to JOHN DUN- 
STON, 250 acres, P. 354, June 1, 1636. 

James City County, Hogg Island, adj. 
Robt. Sheppard. For the personal adv. 
of his wife, Cicely, and trans, of: Rich- 
ard Wellman, Garrett Hewes, Edward 
Ingleston, Wm. Taylor. 

Capt. John West to JOHN DUN- 
STON, 600 acres, p. 354, June 1, 1636. 
James City Co. Due for trans, of: Tho. 
Woodall, Fr. Furbush, Rose Hill, Wm. 
Hodge, John Garrett, Eliz. Sames, Rich. 
Sharp, Martin Hammon, Merina Kitson, 
Winifrid Newett, Edward Hunt, Jon. 
Harcocke. 

Capt. John West to JOHN DANSEY, 
250 acres, p. 362, June 4, 1636. 
James City Co. N.W. side of Chicka- 
hominy River, adj. Tanks Pasbye hayes 
Creek. For personal adv. of his wife, 
Alice, and trans, of: John Browne, John 
Croweldon, John Deane, Cutberd Rich, 
John Waters Hester Brotherston. 

Capt. John West to JOHN DANSEY, 
100 acres, p. 363, June 4, 1636. 
Same location. Trans, of: James John, 
John Way. 

Capt. John West to LEWIN DEN- 
WOOD, 150 acres, p. 364, June 18, 
1636. 

Accomack Co. W. upon land of Dennis 
Lane. Trans, of: William Allison, Tho- 
mas Harrison, Robert Lawson. 

Capt. John West to JEREMIAH 
DICKENSON, 200 acres, p. 374, June 
14, 1636. 

James City Co., Benj. Harrison & Jere- 
miah Clements. Trans, of: 4 servants. 
(Names not given.) 



Same to Same>200 acres, p. 374, June 
14, 1636. 

Same location. Trans. 6 persons, whose 
names are not given. 

Capt. John West to ROBERT 
DRAKE, 200 acres, page 376, Sept. 8, 
1636. 

Accomack Co. Due in right of his late 
father, Robt. Drake, who at his own 
costs trans, himself, his wife, Joane, his 
son, and daughter Elizabeth. 

Sir Georg Yeardly to CAPT. WIL- 
LIAM EPES, 450 acres, Feb. 3, 1626, 
Page 49. 

Accomack Co. Eastern shore of Chese- 
peiake Bay, near land of the Secretary. 
Trans, of: Wm. Gones, Wm. Galla- 
way, John Barker, Edward Rogers, Tho- 
mas Warden, in the Anne in 1623, 
Nicholas Raynbeare, in the Swan in 
1624, Henry Carter in the James in 
1624, Richard Reeve & John Robbins in 
the Returne in 1625. 

Sir John Harvey to MR. THOS. 
EATON, 250 acres, p. 159, Mar. 11, 
1634. 

Eliz. City Co., within a mile of the 
wading place. 

Same to Same, 400 acres, p. 542, June 
5, 1638. 

Eliz. City Co. Due in right of John 
Woodall according to an order of court 
dated Dec. 10, 1633. 

Same to Same, 650 acres, p. 542, June 
5, 1638. 

Eliz. City Co. Due by patent dated 
Mar. 11, 1635. 150 acres by assignment 
from Henry Rotman, and 250 by order 
of court. 

Capt. John West to WILLIAM 
EYRES, 250 acres, p. 197, June 30, 
1635. 

Warrasquinoke Co. Trans, of: Francis 
Stefferton, John Rashe, Humphrey 
Broade, John Pumfrey, William Empson. 

Capt. John West to WILLIAM 
EYRES, 150 acres, p. 373, July 14, 
1636. 

Warrasquinoke Co. For his personal 
adv. and trans, of: Robert Stanney, John 
Wood. 



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Sir John Harvey to WILLIAM 
EYRES, 250 acres, p. 491, Nov. 1, 1637. 
Isle of Wight Co. on Nansemond River. 
Trans, of 5 persons (Names not given.) 

Same to Same, 150 acres, p. 491, Nov. 
1, 1637. 

Same location. 50 acres by order of 
court dated Dec. 6, 1634 for his own 
adv. & trans, of 2 servants. 

Same to Same, 100 acres, p. 611, Feb. 
18, 1638. 

Upper Co. of New Norfolk in Chucka- 
tuck River, adj. Geo. Salsbury. Trans, 
of 2 persons. (Names not given.) 

Capt. John West to CAPT. FRAN- 
CIS EPES, 1700 acres, Aug. 26, 1635, 
Page 280. 

Charles City Co. up Appamatox River, 
Due for his own personal adventure 
and for the trans, of: John, Francis & 
Thomas Epes, his sons, Jon. Long, Jon. 
Baker, Tho. Warden, Jon. Joyce, Tho- 
mas Foanes, Tho. Cropp, Rich. Stayle, 
Rich. Huett, Geo. Addams, Sarah Hick- 
more, Thos. Pattison, Anth. Box, Jonath. 
Ellison, Barth. Swinborne, Silvester At- 
kins, Robt. Fossett, Ja. Rowland, Ann 
Turner, Geo. Archer, Hugh James, Jon. 
Nowells, Rich. Litchfeild, Edward Ames, 
Susan Mills, James Long and 5 negroes, 
in Spanish fregate in 1629. 

Sir John Harvey to CAPT. FRANCIS 
EPES, May 29, 1638. 
Renewal of the above. 

Capt. John West to SAMUEL ED- 
MONDS, 350 acres, page 349, May 9, 
1636. 

James City Co., adj. Jeremiah Clements 
& Wm. Rookins. Trans, of: Robert 
Annis, Sarah Senior, John Senior, Alex. 
Osberton, Wm. Cunningham, Roger Lu- 
cas, Joane Godbery. 

Capt. John West to ALICE EDLOE, 
• 350 acres, p. 351, Nov. 10, 1635. 
Widow. Henrico Co. between Harrow 
Attocks and the falls. For her personal 
adv. and trans, of 6 persons. (Names 
not given.) 



Same to same, 50 acres, p. 403, Nov. 
29, 1636. 

Henrico Co., against Kingsland, adj. 
Georg Boote. Trans, of: William Bar- 



Sir John Harvey to ALICE EDLOE, 

350 acres, p. 433, June 1, 1637. 

Same location. Trans of: Robert Cas- 
tons, Robert Salsbury, Christopher Gosse, 
Thomas Burtlett, Thomas Wade, Sarah 
Glover. 

Same to same, 100 acres, p. 441, July 
14, 1637. 

Henrico Co. between Wm. Cox and her 
own land. Trans, of: John Williams, 
William Attaway. 

Same to same, 150 acres, p. 599, Sept. 
24, 1638: 

Same location. Trans, of: Thomas Pon- 
der, Georg Phillipps, Mary Billan. 

Capt. John West to HUMPHREY 
ENGLAND, 200 acres, p. 372, July 12, 
1636. 

James City County, adj. John Dancy. 
Trans, of: himself, wife, Mary, brother, 
John, and son, Humphrey. 

Sir John Harvey to HUMPHERY 
ENGLAND, 150 acres, p. 463, Aug. 21, 
1637. 

Same location. Trans, of: John and 
Humphrey England, and James Barnes. 

Sir John Harvey to MATHEW ED- 
LOE, 1200 acres, July 12, 1637, Page 
435. 

Son & heir of Mathew Edloe. N. side 
of James River, against Upper Chip- 
pokes Cr. Due his father for the trans, 
of: Mathew Edloe, Hugh Tydder, Wm. 
Deane, Edw. Tompson, Wm. Cox, Eliz. 
Jax, Griff. Pvoberts, Fr. Roberts, Jon. 
Licheston, Peter Thomas, Evans Kemp, 
Jon. Buxton, Tho. Crosby, Rand Hey- 
ward, Hen. Croft, Tho. Morris, Tho. 
Rogers, Step. Pettis, Shri. Jones, Wm. 
Marsten, Jon. Bethone, Tho. Martin, 
Jon. Seaton, Geo. Pricklove. 



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Sir John Harvey to THOMAS ELLIS, 
50 acres, p. 469, Aug. 24, 1637. 
James City Co., called Trucking Point. 
Due by assignment from Alexander 
Stomer. 

Sir John Harvey to THOMAS ELLIS, 

50 acres, p. 567, May 7, 1638. 
Henrico Co. Trans, of: Richard Morris. 

Sir John Harvey to THOMAS EDG- 
HILL, 100 acres, p. 489. Oct. 23, 1637. 
Isle of Wight Co., upon a creek running 
from Pagan Bay, adj. John Walker. For 
his personal adv. and trans, of: Nicholas 
Byram. 

Sir John Harvey to SAMUEL ED- 
MUNDS, 350 acres, p. 490, Oct. 23, 
1687. 

James City Co., adj. Jeremiah Clements 
& Wm. Rookins. Trans, of 7 persons. 
(Names not given.) 

Sir John Harvey to ABRAHAM 
ENGLISH, 50 acres, p. 569, May 7, 
1638. 

Charles River Co., adj. Robert Todd & 
Francis Carter. Due for his personal 
adv. 

Sir John Harvey to RICHARD 
EWEN, 150 acres, Aug. 14, 1638, Page 
588. 

Upper Co. of New Norfolk, near head 
of Western branch of Chuckatuck Creek, 
adj. Thomas Bush. For his personal 
adv. & trans, of: Nicholas Ewen & 
Christopher Roades. 

Clement East, Chirurgion, Capt. Wil- 
lian Brocas & Thomas Harwood, Gents, 
to CAPT JOHN BROWNING. Page 
630. April 12, 1638. 
Of the Gleab of London, Attorneys for 
Thomas Grindon, of London, Merchant. 
In consideration of 3,000 Lb. wt. of 
good & merchantable tobacco to be paid 
on Nov. 10, 1638, all the land called 
Hampton Key belonging to said Grin- 
don. John Moore, witness. 

Sir Francis Wyatt to PHAROAH 
FLINTON, 150 acres, Dec. 1, 1624, 
Page 22. 



Elizabeth City Co., bet. Newport News 
& Blunt Point, adj. John Salford & Lt. 
Giles Allington. Due for his personal 
right and for trans, out of England of 
Hugh Hall, who came in the Margarett 
and John in 1623. 

Francis West to LT. THOMAS 
FLINT, 1000 acres, Sept. 20, 1628, Page 
59. 

Upon S. shore of Warwick River, adj. 
Robt. Poole, John Rolfe, deed. & Capt. 
Wm. Peirce. His first divident. Trans, 
of: Maxmillian Stone, Eliz. his wife, 
Geo. Whitehand, Thos. Newsom, Thos. 
Man, Thos. Harris, Thos. Powis, Wm. 
Chelmedge, Jon. Wray, Phillipp Smith, 
Richard Gregory, John Moyer, Peter 
Mason, Henry Rowen, Nath. Thomas, 
William Brooke, John Phillipps, John 
Readford, John Penny, and Georg 
Deverell. 

Sir Georg Yeardly, to THOMAS 
FLINT, 50 acres, p. 77, Feb. 23, 1626. 
Eliz. City Co., called Indian House 
Thickett, with the houses thereon, lately 
in the occupation of Capt. Whitacres, 
E. side Southampton River. Lease. Fee 
rent, 5 Lbs. Tobacco. 

John Pott, to MARY FLINT, 100 
acres, p. 73, Mar. 14, 1628. 
An ancient planter, now wife of Thos. 
Flint. Eliz. City Co. called Fox Hill. 

Sir John Harvey to CAPT. ROBERT 
FELGATE, 350 acres, p. 104, Apr. 25, 
1632. 

Gent. At Kiskeyacke upon Pamunkey 
River, adj. Capt. John West. His first 
devident. Due for the trans, of: himself 
& son and 4 servants who came in the 
William & John in 1628. 

Same to same, 250 acres, Aug. 29, 
1637, Page 475. 

Charles River Co., adj. Capt. John West, 
the gleabe land, Tohn Waine & Wm. 
Barber. Due for his adv. & 4 persons 
the first year of the plantation of Chas. 
River. Erasmus Felgate, Robt. Syler, 
Mary Mooreland, Henry Thorne. 

Sir John Harvey to TOBY FELGATE, 
150 acres, April 25, 1632, Page 105. 
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Pamunkey River, E. upon land of his 
brother, Capt. Robert Felgate. By order 
of court as adventurer into this country. 

Capt. John West to HANNIBAL 
FLETCHER, 150 acres, June 24, 1635, 
Page 176. 

On Lower Chippoakes Creek, adj. 
John Russell. For the personal adv. of 
his wife, Elizabeth, in the Primrose of 
London in 1634, and trans, of: Tho. 
Owen in the Susan of London in 1632, 
and Francis Francklin in the Revenge 
in 1634. 

Capt. John West to HANNIBAL 
FLETCHER, 150 acres, p. 398, Nov. 
22, 1636. 

James City County in Lower Chip- 
poake Cr. For the trans, of: Robert 
Tenman, Jarret Beckweth, Phillipp 
Oatelep. 

Capt. John West to FRANCIS FOW- 
LER, 800 acres, Nov. 9, 1635, Page 302. 
James City Co. on N. side of land of 
Bridges Freeman. For trans, of: Wil- 
liam Frye, Jon. Smith, Jon. Mortlye, 
Anth. Jeggins, Susan Ward, Rich. Jones, 
Charles Rogers, John Taylor, Hen. 
Smith, Robt. Nash, John Tompkinson, 
Robt. Lovell, Robt. Grace, Jon. Jennings, 
Robt. Purches, Richard West. 

Sir John Harvey to FRANCIS FOW- 
LER, 1200 acres, Oct. 25, 1637, Page 
485. 

James City Co. Trans, of: Wm. Frye, 
John Motly, John Smith, Anthony Tay- 
lor, Jon. Jenkins, Susan Ward, Richard 
Jones, Charles Rogers, Henry Smith, Ro- 
bert Nash, John Tomkeson, Robt. Lovell, 
Roger Grace, John Jennings, Robt. Pur- 
keys, Richard West, John Wallford, 
Stephen Standish, Richard Coles, Edw. 
Smith, Wm. Pate, Thos. Fleyneye, An- 
drew Adams, Ann Goodridge. 

Capt. Jon West to BRIDGES FREE- 
MAN, 150 acres, p. 324, Dec. 1, 1635. 
James City. For the personal adv. of 
his wife Bridgett, trans, his brother Ben- 
nett, and Ellis Baker. 



Same to Same, 100 acres, p. 331, June 
1, 1635. 

East side of Chickahominy River, adj. 
his own and land of Francis Fowler. 
Trans, of 3 persons. 

Same to Same, 800 acres, Page 331, 
date not given. 

W. side Chickahominy River, opposite 
his own land. For trans, of: David 
Minter, Wm. Wiltshire, Jon. Bing, 
David Jones, Wm. Nutt, Fr. Aldrige, 
Mathew Williamson, Katherine Leonard, 
Jeremiah Stone, Eliza Hart, Richard 
Saunders, Tho. Smith. 

Sir John Harvey to BRIDGES FREE- 
MAN, 900 acres, Aug. 11, 1637, Page 
447. 

James City Co. on W. side of Chicka- 
hominy River opposite land of Freeman, 
& Fowler. Trans, of 18 persons whose 
names are the same as in item above 
with additional: David Minton, Jon. 
Bridge, James Rodgison, Eliza. Hodges, 
Mary Seawell, Jon. Burden, Robert 
Flood, Wm. Elkton. 

Same to Same, 100 acres, p. 448. Aug. 
12, 1637. 

James City Co., E. side of Chickahominy 
River adj. Bridges Freeman. Trans. 2 
persons. 

Capt. John West to JOHN FEL- 
GATE, 1200 acres, p. 328, Dec. 23, 
1635. 

Upon Checquis Creek, N. N. W. from 
the Landing place. Trans. 24 persons. 
(Names not given.) 

Capt. John West to RICHARD FREE- 
LAND, 200 acres, p. 346, May 6, 1636. 
Warwicksquioke Co., adj. Thos. Jordan 
& Edw. Rogers. For his personal adv. 
& trans, of his wife and two children. 
(Names not given.) 

Assigned same to Edw. Rogers, June 9, 
1636. 
Witnesses: Tho. Cooke & John Home. 

Capt. John West to JOHN FOR- 
BUSH, 100 acres, p. 366, June 20, 1636. 
Accomack Co., adj. Edmond Scarborough. 
Trans, of: John Lewis & Christopher 
Dixon. 



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Capt. John West to WM. FOOKES, 
450 acres, p. 399, Nov. 24, 1636. 
S. E. upon Nansemond River, adj. 
Daniel Gookins. Trans, of: William 
Harris, Ann Whitacre, Chris. Whiting, 
Ann Westly, John Wood, James Abbott, 
Tho. Deacon, Tho. Colly, Robert Stings- 
by. 

Sir John Harvey to WILLIAM FRYE, 
250 acres, p. 421, May 20, 1637. 
James City Co. in Chickahominy River. 
Trans, of: John Burden, Mathew For- 
den, Leon. Chamberlain, Francis Bar- 
nett, Ursula Smith. 

This patent renewed by Sir Wm. Berke- 
ley Aug. 29, 1643 and 150 acres added. 

Sir John Harvey to WM. FARRAR, 
2,000 acres, p. 436. June 11, 1637. 
Son & heir of Wm. Farrar, late of 
Henrico Co., adj. Gleabe land of Vari- 
na on the E. Trans, of: Tho. Williams, 
Rich. Johnson, John Hely, Jon. Frame, 
Eustace Downes, Jon. Pead, Edw. Few- 
son, Rich. Greeke, James Rigsby, Jon. 
Pratt, Eliza Foster, Jon. Hues, Hen. Gyl- 
lom, Wm. Thomas, Jon. Baker, Patrick 
Robinson, Christo. Pentcorne, Math. 
Waraner, Jon. Smith, Wm. Towers, 
Wm. Baker, Edw. Hooke, Mary Heynes, 
John Garner, Wm. Richardson, Jon. 
Howman, Math. Brownridge, Rich. 
Lowd, Jon. Gibson, Jon. Price, Fr. 
Posey, James Roberts, Robert Turner, 
William Dawson, Giles Crump, Rich. 
Garner, Howell Edmonds, Martin Di- 
mock, Henry Howell, Robert Coleman. 

Sir John Harvey to NATHANIEL 
FLOYD, 850 acres, Nov. 20, 1637, Page 
498. 

Isle of Wight Co. Trans, of: Christ. 
Denn, Robert Leaderd, Wm. Moyses, 
Ambrose Proctor, Tho. Weare, Robt. 
Barton, Rober Joyce, Mathew Tomlin, 
Jon. Cox, Rich. Redock, David Hopkins, 
Flug Floyd, Wm. Cox, Katherine Folder, 
Rich. Carter, Jon. Gillett, Christ. Tho- 
mas. 

Sir John Harvey to THOMAS FLINT, 
850 acres, Mar. 1, 1637, Page 522. 
Warwick River Co. upon the river to- 
wards Stanley Hundred, adj. Capt. Wm. 
Perrie. Trans, of: Jon. Stephens, Rich. 



Butross, Tho. Blamter, Edw. Hudson, 
Wm. Strukton, Hen. Brotherton, Jon. 
Forth, Jon. Roberts, Nich. Moore, Wm. 
Norcutt, Daniel Peirce, Jon. Harratt, Fr. 
Miller, Jon. Mathew, Jon. Hentlands, 
Robert Idam, Hen. Copeland. 

Sir John Harvey to BENNETT FREE- 
MAN, 450 acres, May 26, 1638, Page 
527. 

James City Co., E. side Chickahominy 
River, opposite Wm. Beard. Trans, of: 
John Abrall, Tho. Jenkins, Tho. Sauell, 
Margarett Foster, William Abbeys, Wil- 
liam Cole, Robert Barber, James Plunc- 
kett, Jervis Sea well. 

Sir John Harvey to JOHN FLUDD, 
2100 acres, May 12, 1638, Page 548. 
Gent. Adj. Capt. Hen. Browne and W. 
upon Benj. Harrison, upon the W. side 
of Sunken Marsh Creek. Trans, of: 
John Fludd, Jon. Connaway, Morgan 
Welch, Roger Honer, Rich. Thornbury, 
Thomas Wood, Jone Granley, Wm. 
Wood, Jon. Lawrence, Jon. Cole, Jon. 
Rubue, Jon. Auerine, Jon. Cooper, 
Joseph Marsh, Geo. Bell, Geo. Cross- 
land, Willi. Arnold, Wm. Sarsonn, 
David Hayes, Rich. Hinde, Eliza Browne, 
Rich. Bruse, Ann Rightsonne, Thomas 
Toolye, Jon. White, Barth. Horton, 
Wm. East, Jon. Cooke, Rich. Hewes, 
Dorothy Bradley, Margt. his wife, 
Frances Finch, her daughter, John 
Fludd, Jr., John Right, Fr. Shelton, Wm. 
Gage, Geo. Hilliard, Thomas Bram- 
ston, John Buckworth, Geo. Watkins. 

Sir Francis Wyatt to THOS. GOD- 
BYE, 100 acres, p. 25, Dec. 1, 1624. 
Yeoman, of Kiccoughtan in Eliza. City 
Co. For his first personal divident. Be- 
tween Newport News & Blunt Point 
adj. W. Bentlye. Due as an ancient 
planter. 

Sir Francis Wyatt to WILLIAM 
GAINYE, 200 acres, Jan. 12, 1624, 
Page 39. 

Marriner. In the parish of Kiccoughtan, 
Eliz. City Co., near land of Elizabeth 
Dunthorne and Wm. Gapps. For his 
personal right & trans, of: Wm. Gainye, 
who came in the Treasurer in 1617, 
John Shippey & John Cooper, in the 



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Treasurer in 1617, & Robert Browne in 
the Marigold in 1618, whose passage he 
defrayed for Mr. Robt. Gire. 

Capt. John West to THOMAS GAR- 
NETT, 200 acres, p. 201, July 3, 1635. 
Adj. Dictoris Christmas, N. E. upon 
head of little Poquoson Cr., W. upon 
George Hull. Trans, of 4 persons. 
(Names not given.) 

Capt. John West to THOMAS 
GRAY, 550 acres, Aug. 27, 1635, Page 
283. 

James City Co., S. side main river 
against James City, adj. Capt. Perry. 
100 acres as an ancient planter, 50 acres 
for the personal adventure of Avis (or 
Annie) his first wife into the colony, 
50 acres for the personal adv. of Rebec- 
ca, his now wife, & 350 acres for the 
trans, of his two sons, Wm. & Thomas, 
& Jon. Bushopp, Robt. Browne, Robt. 
Welshe, Luke Misle, Jon. Banckes. 

Capt. John West to WILLIAM 
GANY, 1250 acres, Sept. 17, 1635, 
Page 286. 

N. side Hungar Creek in Accomack 
County, adj. Wm. Andrews. For per- 
sonal adv. of Ann, his wife, William, 
his son, Ann, his daughter, Henry his 
brother, and trans, of: Edward Stock- 
den, Roger Fearebrace, Jon. Collins, 
Tho. Collins, Samuel Wools, Jon. Hed- 
len, Jon. Pullapin, Robt. Browne, Tho- 
masin Lux, John Wright, Nicho. Clarke, 
John Hether, Tho. Savage, Eliza. 
Browne, Wm. Baldwin, John Sparks, 
Jon. Evans, Nich. Gordon, Wm. Cole, 
Tymothy Joanes. 

Capt. John West to ROBERT GLAS- 
COCKE, 200 acres, p. 290, October 7, 
1635. 

Elizabeth City Co., on S. side of the 
main river, adj. Lt. Cheeseman's land. 
Due for trans, of 4 servants. (Names 
not given.) 

Capt. John West to JOHN GEORGE, 
900 acres, page 297, Nov. 7, 1635. 
E. upon Wm. Bayly, W. S. W. upon 
main land, & N. upon Bayly's Creek. 
For personal adv. of his wife and trans, 
of 17 persons. (Names not given.) 



Capt. John West to JOHN GRI- 
NETT, 150 acres, p. 306, Nov. 14, 
1635. 

Lying near Deep Creek commonly known 
as Harwoods Neck, S. upon Thos. Ran- 
shaw & N. upon Christopher Boyle. 
Trans, of: Alice, his first wife, Peter 
Hooper, her son, Elizabeth, his now 
wife. 

Capt. John West to JOHN GARYE, 
300 acres, p. 332, Feb. 13, 1635. 
S. side of Nansemon River, adj. land 
of Joseph Samon, near Daniel Guggins. 
Trans, of 6 persons. (Names not given.) 

Same to Same, 300 acres, p. 470, 
Aug. 25, 1635. 

Upper Co. of New Norfolk, on S. side 
of Nansemond River, near land of 
Joseph Sammon and up river towards 
Daniel Gookins. Trans, of 6 persons. 
(Names not given.) 

Capt. John West to THOMAS GAS- 
KINS, 300 acres, p. 377, Sept. 9, 1636. 
Accomack Co., W. & N. upon main 
creek of the old plantation. For his 
personal adv. and trans, of: Josias 
Gambling, Josias Gaskins, Eliz. Gaskins, 
Alice Gaskins, Mary Gaskins. 

Capt. John West to JOHN GATER, 
300 acres, page 389, Sept. 21, 1636. 
Elizabeth City Co. His personal adv. 
and trans, of: Joane Gater, his wife, 
Tho. Hale, Christo. Burston, Edward 
Bosaker, Thomas Rouse. 

Same to Same, 300 acres, p. 389, Sept. 
21, 1636. 

Eliz. City Co. Trans, of: Wm. Pres- 
bury, Richard Tysley, Thomas Merrideth, 
Francis Merrideth, Thomas Meades. 

Same to Same, 200 acres, p. 389, Sept. 
21, 1636. 

Eliz. City Co. Trans, of 4 persons. 
(Names not given.) 

Sir John Harvey to JOHN GATER, 
800 acres, July 26, 1638, Page 578. 
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branch of Elizabeth River, extending E. 
& S. beyond Oyster Shell Point. 
Renewal of above patents. Names same 
and the following: Wm. Goldsmith, 
Wm. Rice, Edward Windelt, Wm. John- 



Capt. John West to JOHN GOO- 
KIN, 500 acres, Oct. 16, 1636, Page 
396. 

Gent. At Mossey Point, W. upon 
Nansemond River, adj. Gleabe land on 
the South. For trans, of: Thomas Box, 
Jr., Peter Norman, Mary Norman, John 
Butler, John Burden, Robt. Hodges, 
John Carpenter, Edward Morgan, John 
London, Wm. Pensint. 

Sir John Harvey to JOHN GOOKIN, 

350 acres, May 23, 1637, Page 427. 
Upper Co. of New Norfolk, beginning 
at Mossy Point. Trans, of the 6 persons 
first mentioned above and Walter Car- 
penter, instead of John. 

Capt. John West to STEPHEN GILL, 
100 acres, p. 402, Nov. 28, 1636. 
Charles River Co. For personal adv. of 
his now wife Ann, and her late husband, 
Henry Toppin. 

Sir John Harvey to RICHARD 
GREETE, 300 acres, page 437, July 11, 
1637. 

Henrico Co., S. upon Thos. Sheppey. 
Trans, of his 3 wives: Elianor, Alice & 
Margaret Thomas, and John Howell. 50 
acres in right of Sarah Delahay, wife of 
Gringall Delahay, who surrendered his 
claim to said Greete. 

Sir John Harvey to JOHN GRAVES, 
600 acres, August 9, 1637, Page 443. 
Elizabeth City Co., adj. Capt. Adam 
Thorogood, about a pole to the E. of 
the dwelling house of Oliver Vanheck. 
Due by descent from his father, Thomas 
Graves, who trans, at his own costs 
himself, his wife, 2 sons & 8 persons: 
Katherine Graves, John & Thomas 
Graves, Jr., Henry Singleton, Thos. 
Edge, Robt. Phillipps, Thos. Griggs, 
Thos. Phillipps, Francis White, Wm. 
Symbee, Joane Packett. 



Same to Same, 200 acres, p. 556, May 
15, 1638. 

Eliz. City Co., adj. his own land. Due 
by assignment from John Trussell. 

Sir Georg Yeardley to JOHN GUN- 
DRY, 150 acres, p. 476, Dec. 6, 1620. 
Territory of Elizabeth City Co., in 
Southampton River. Laborer and an old 
planter who hath remained 9 years com- 
pleate in this country. Adj. Wm. Capp. 
For his personal adv., & his wife Mary, 
a new planter. 

John Gundry to THOMAS THORN- 
BOROUGH, THOMAS FLINT LAN- 
CELOTT BARNES. 
Lease. 22 poles for 5 years, 22 poles 
for 4 years, 25 poles for 5 years. 

John Gundy to CAPT. ADAM 
THOROGOOD, Dec. 30, 1626, 150 

acres, p. 477. 

Consideration: 100 Lbs. lawful money 
of England. Subject to above leases for 
full terme. 

Sir John Harvey to DANIEL GOO- 
KINS, 2500 acres, p. 511, Dec. 29, 
1637. 

Upper Co. of New Norfolk, upon N. 
W. side of Nansemond River. Trans, of: 
Tho. Curtis, Jon. Curtis, Wm. Smith, 
Wm. Madworth, Gilbert, Whitfield, 
Hugh Jones, Jon. Thomas, Henry Price, 
Wm. Richards, Jon. Garner, Phill. 
Chapman, Wm. Hookes, Wm. Granger, 
Jon. Roe, Elias Keely, Griffin Murfin, 
Elias Griffin, Wm. Ellis, Jon. Hellier, 
Hugh Jones, Henry Casley, Jon. Scott, 
Jon. Burden, Jon. Buckland, Jon. Cox, 
Jos. Moseley, Edw. Burden, Edw. Mor- 
gan, Wal. Manet, Benj. Box, Tho. 
Browne, Austice Norman, Hen. Norman, 
Peter Norman, Anth. Elsworth, Ann 
Elsworth, Geo. White, Tho. Addison, 
Roger Walker, Roger Blanch, Wm. 
Long, Tho. Feild, Robt. Smith, Wm. 
Pensint, Morgan Phillips, Robt. Jewell, 
Wm. Clarke, Daniel Hopkinson, Wm. 
Corney, Esau Delaware. 

Sir John Harvey to ELIZABETH 
GRAYNE, 750 acres, July 25, 1638, 
Page 580. 
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Morgan. Trans, of: Rowland Grayne, 
James Grayne, Nich. Cliffe, Hen. Bently, 
William Rowly, Robert Holman, Mar- 
tha Fludd, Jon. Parker, Robt. Flute, Fr. 
Downes, Daniel Arrye, Jon. Doobees, 
Sarah Keelin, Jon. Dale, Richard Fal- 
coner. 

Sir Francis Wyatt to THOMAS 
HOTHERSALL, 200 acres, Jan. 26, 
1621, Page 1. 

Gent, of Paspehay. His first devident. 
At Blunt Point, adj. Cornelius May. 
100 acres for the personal right of him- 
self & Francis, his wife, and 100 for 
the trans, out of England of his two 
children, Richard & Mary. 

Sir Francis Wyatt to RALPH 
HAMOR, ESQ., 1^4 acres, Aug. 14, 
1624, Page 5. 

One of the Councell of State, "for the 
better convenience and more comoditie 
of his house by him erected and builded 
in the New Towne within the precincts 
of James City," adj. Georg Menefey, 
Richard Stephens & John Chew. 

Sir Francis Wyatt to CAPT. JOHN 
HARVY, 6Y 2 acres, Jan. 12, 1624, Page 
7. 

Within the precincts of James City "for 
the more comoditie of his houses and 
building and the better conveniency of 
gardining and planting of sundry fruits 
and trees," in the New Towne, adj. 
Georg Menefye and opposite Dr. Pott. 
Part of his first devident due for the 
trans, of John Simnell in the Southamp- 
ton in 1624. 

Same to MARY HOLLAND, 12 
acres, Aug. 14, 1624, Page 11. 
Wife of Gabriel Holland, of the Island 
of James City, Yeoman. Lately in the 
occupation of Wm. Pinke alias Wm. 
Jonas, deed., her former husband, who 
at his death gave her his devident of 
100 acres. Adj. Nathaniel Hutt & 
Thos. Passmore. 

Same to BARTHOLOMEW HOS- 
KINS, 100 acres, p. 45, Nov. 3, 1624. 
Ancient planter who came to this coun- 
try before the departure of Sir Thomas 



Dale. Buck Roe in the corp. of Eliza- 
beth City, as his first divident for his 
personal adv. Near land of Peter Arun- 
dell. 

Sir John Harvey to SAME, Sept. 7, 
1627, Page 117. 
Renewal of above patent. 

Francis West to JOHN HEMY, 150 
acres, p. 83, Dec. 12, 1627. 
Planter. 10 year lease, situated at Buck 
Roe, Elizabeth City Co., adj. Wm. 
Hampton. Fee rent 150 Lb. wt. Tobac- 
co yearly at the Feast of St. Thomas the 
Apostle. 

Same to WILLIAM HAMPTON, 50 
acres, p. 84, Dec. 10, 1627. 
Planter. 10 yr. lease, situated at Buck 
Roe, Eliz. City Co., near land of James 
Bonall: Fee rent: 50 wt. Tobacco. 

Sir John Harvey to WM. HAMP- 
TON, Mar. 12, 1632, Page 136. 
Renewal of above for 21 years. 

Sir Georg Yeardly to NICHOLAS 
HOSKINS, 20 acres, p. 85, Feb. 1, 1626. 
Yeoman. 10 yr. lease. Accomack Co., 
upon the eastern shore of Chesepeyacke, 
adj. Thomas Powell, land lately in the 
occupation of Capt. Wilcox. Rent, 20 
wt. of Tobacco. 

Francis West to JOHN HOWE, 30 
acres, Sept. 20, 1628, Page 87. 
Gent. Accomack Co., upon the eastern 
shore, with all the houses and edifices 
thereupon built, near Capt. Clement 
Dilke, the place of the Secretary & 
Robt. Browne. 10 yer. lease, rent 30 
wt. of Tobacco. 

Francis West to WILLIAM HARRIS, 
100 acres, p. 88, Nov. 20, 1628. 
Planter of Warwick River Co. About 2 
mi. below Blunt Point near Richard 
Tree. 10 yr. lease, rent 100 wt. tobacco. 

Same to Same, 50 acres, p. 94, Nov. 
20, 1628. 

Same location. 10 yr. lease, rent 50 wt. 
tobacco. 



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Same to WALTER HEYLEY, 50 
acres, p. 91, Sept. 20, 1628. 
Ancient planter. Eliz. City Co. towards 
head of Southampton River. 10 yr. lease, 
rent 50 wt. tobacco. 

Sir John Harvey to THOMAS HAR- 
WOOD, 100 acres, p. 110, Sept. 1, 
1632. 

Gent. Upon Skiffes Creek, abutting S. 
upon Thos. Harwood granted in the 
right of Sergt. Hugh Heywood by patt. 
bearing date with these presents. 

Same to Same, 140 acres, p. Ill, Sept. 
1, 1632. 
Same as above. 

Same to THOMAS HARVEY, 50 
acres, p. 142, Apr. 12, 1633. 
Of James City, Taylor. 21 yr. lease. 
Near Swan House Creek. Rent, 2 bbls. 
Indian corn. Towards land of John 
Tyas. 

Same to JOSEPH HATFEILD, 50 

acres, p. 145, Oct. 31, 1633. 
Planter, of Eliz. City. Towards land of 
Walter Heylay. 21 yr. lease, rent, 2 
bbls. Indian corn. 

Francis Hough to HENRY COLE- 
MAN. Assignment of all right and in- 
terest of a parcel of ground lying at 
the Indian House Thickett, formerly be- 
longing to Christopher Windmill. (See 
Coleman patent.) 

Sir John Harvey to MATHEW IRE- 
LAND, 300 acres, May 23, 1638, Page 
576. 

Charles River Co., about 2 mi. above 
Queens Creek, adj. land purchased by 
Joseph Croshaw from Wm. Prior. Due 
from his father John Ireland, who at his 
own costs trans: Martha, his wife, John 
Mathew & Martha, his children, & 
Thomas Reaves. 

Same to THOMAS ILES, 75 acres, 
Aug. 21, 1638, Page 592. 
Chas. River Co. E. upon John Clarkson. 
Due in right of the adv. of 3 persons 
the second year of said county. Tymothy 
Stockden, Richard Roades, 1 Negro. 



Sir Francis Wyatt to SAME, 225 
acres, p. 720, Oct. 2, 1640. 
Same location. 100 acres due by assign- 
mt. from Rich. Roades in right of the 
trans, of himself & Wm. Lasling. Resi- 
due by two former patents, which were 
surrendered. 

Sir William Berkeley to WILLIAM 
IRELAND & ROBERT WALLIS, 700 
acres, July 13, 1642, Page 812. 
York County at the head of St. An- 
drew's Cr., adj. Jos. Croshaw & Richard 
Maior. Trans, of: Rebecca, wife of 
Robt. Wallis, Thomas Acone, James 
Newsam, John Hopkins, Francis Stee, 
Robert James, Nicho. Ossley, Thomas 
Kithley, Richard Robinson, Thomas 
Dyos, Barbara Miles, Robert Miles, Jr. 

Sir Francis Wyatt to JOHN JOHN- 
SON, 100 acres, p. 15, Jan. 12, 1624. 
Yeoman, and ancient planter of James 
City. His first divident, situated on E. 
side of the island towards Wm. Spencer, 
deed. 

Same to WILLIAM JULIAN, 150 
arres, p. 32, Sept. 20, 1624. 
Yeoman & ancient planter, of Kiccough- 
tan, Eliz. City Co. His first divident, 
adj. John Bush. For his own personal 
right and trans, out of England of 
Nicholas Abbott who came in the Wil- 
liam & Thomas in 1621. 

Capt. John West to Same, 600 acres, 
July 4, 1636, Page 388. 

Eliz. City Co., adj. Francis Mason. 
Trans, of: Peter Payton, Edward Clay- 
borne, Ann Stephenson, Mathew Wynn, 
William Crooke, William Berry, An- 
tho. Hewett, Rachel Freeze, Charles 
Rose, Wm. Hill, Edward Owen, Sarah 
Leverick. 

Francis West to ELIZABETH JONES, 
100 acres, p. 60, Oct. 16, 1628. 
Ancient planter, wife of Giles Jones, 
Gent., as her first divident, within the 
Island of Point Comfort. 

Same to RICE JONES, 50 acres, Dec. 
2, 1628, Page 67. 
Planter, of Warwick River. His first 



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devident. Due to Francis West by vir- 
tue of the trans, of the said Rice Jones, 
who came into this country from Can- 
nada in the John & Francis in 1623 and 
by these presents made over to him. 
On E. side Warwicksquinoke River adj. 
land of Martha Key & Phettiplace 
Clause. 

Same to EDWARD JOHNSON, 50 
acres, page 77, Nov. 24, 1627. 

10 yr. lease. Being part of Strawberry 
Banks, upon Thomas' Creek, which parts 
it from the land of Edward Waters. 
Fee rent, 50 Lb. wt. of tobacco. 

Capt. John West to DAVID JONES, 
300 acres, p. 206, July 4, 1635. 

Chas. City Co., over against Tapahanna 
Marsh. Trans, of: Tobie Borke, Thomas 
Jones, Robert Scory, Jon Cole, Jon. Har- 
rison. 

Same to THOMAS JORDAN, 900 
acres, p. 233, July 2, 1635. 

Warrasquinoke Co., on the W. side of 
an old Indian town. Trans, of 18 per- 
sons. (Names not given.) 

Same to ANTHONY JONES, 500 
acres, p. 238, June 2, 1635. 
E. side of Pagan Creek, adj. land of 
John Sparkes. Trans, of: Nich. Lee, 
Michael Brinckley, William Richards, 
John Weston, John Aram, Edward Page, 
Deborah Merrard, Rich. Austin, Jos. 
Rich, Tho. Randall. 

Same to Same. 
Same location. Trans, of Richard Lee, 
Thomas Randall. 



Capt. John West to JOSEPH JOHN- 
SON, 400 acres, June 19, 1635, Page 
252. 

Easterly upon a creek about 3 mi. of 
Nansemond River. For the trans, of his 
wife and 7 persons: Elizabeth Johnson, 
Wm. Smith, Henry Giles, George Gil- 
bert, Rebecca Crewe, Wm. Robinson, 
Fran. Gray, Alice Spore. 

Joseph Johnson to FRANCIS 
HOUFGH, Jan. 25, 1634, Page 419. 
Of London, Merchant. For valuable 
consideration, all my land due by order 
of court for my former adv. from 1618 
to the present. Witness: Thos. Dewe. 

Capt. John West to JOSEPH JOLLY, 
350 acres, Sept. 23, 1636, Page 391. 
Chas. River Co., upon the new Poquo- 
son, adj. land of Wm. Clarke, John 
Watson. For his personal adv. and 
trans, of: Margery, his wife, Andrew 
Howell, Nathaniel Clarke, John Boorne, 
Nicholas Porter, Sarah James. 

Same to WILLIAM JOHNSON, 50 
acres, p. 408, Dec. 23, 1636. 
Warwicksquinoke Co. Adj. land of 
Arthur Hastington. For his personal 
adv. 

Sir John Harvey to WILLIAM 
JACOB, 350 acres, May 25, 1637, Page 
431. 

Isle of Wight Co., at the head of Now 
Towne Haven River, adj. Edward 
Rogers. Trans, of: Margaret, his wife 
& Henry, his son. 100 by assignment 
from James Pointeau for the trans, of 
himself & Anthony Lufurrier & for his 
own personal adv. & Samuel Hickes. 



Same to JOHN JACKSON, 100 acres, 
p. 242, June 9, 1635. 
S. side Lt. Cheeseman's Cr. Trans, of: 
Robt. Tassell, Peter Buck. 

Sir John Harvey to JOHN JACKSON. 
Charles River in the New Poquoson, on 
the S. side of Capt. John Cheeseman's 
Cr. Trans, of: Peter Stephens, William 
Woorkes, John Hill, and 2 above men- 
tioned. 



Sir John Harvey to SAMUEL JONES, 
50 acres, p. 453, Aug. 15, 1637. 
Chas. River Co., adj. land of Wm. Rey- 
nolds. Trans, of: Thomas Hattfield. 

Francis West to MARTHA KEY, 100 
acres, p. 66, Dec. 2, 1628. 
Wife of Thomas Key, of Warwick 
River, planter, for her first personal devi- 
dent, she being an ancient planter. Adj. 
Rice Jones. 



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Sir John Harvey to JAMES KNOTT, 
50 acres, Mar. 12, 1632, Page 133. 
"For as much as James Knott, of Acco- 
mac, Planter is desirous of keeping a 
house of entertainment in the lower part 
at the mouth of Hampton River, where- 
by strangers and others may be well ac- 
comodated with great ease" near the 
land of Capt. Francis West and the 
Gleabe land. 21 yr. lease. Fee rent, 2 
bbls. Indian corn. 

Capt. John West to JAMES KNOTT, 
1200 acres, Mar. 24, 1635, Page 334. 
Eliz. City Co., upon Nansemond River. 
Trans, of: Elianor, his wife, Henry 
Yates, Ellin Williams, Ann Crawford, 
Lewis Vaughan, Tho. Taylor, Tho. 
Broad, Jon. Home, Franc. Bisley, Jon. 
Piper, Jon. Popeplewell, Tho. Brough, 
Richard Russell, Tho. Sparrow, Tho. 
Ferreby, Robert Maxe, Robert Selby, 
Robt. Wooles, Rich. Wheeler, Ann 
Shaw. 

Sir John Harvey to JAMES KNOTT, 
1550 acres, Aug. 18, 1637, Page 457. 
Upper County of New Norfolk, facing 
N. E. upon Nansemond River. 100 
acres due by purchase from Maudlen 
Jones for her personal adv. & trans, of 
Robert Bryan, and the residue for trans, 
of 28 persons whose names are the 
same as those above noted with the fol- 
lowing added: Richard Newell, Walter 
Blake, Richard Reynolds. 

Capt. Jon West to GEORGE KETH, 
850 acres, July 29, 1635, Page 266. 
Clerke & Pastor of Kiskiake, situated in 
the County of Charles River. For the 
personal adv. of himself, wife Martha 
& son John, and trans, of: James Whit- 
ing, Rebecca Whiting, Tho. Cupper- 
whaite, Robt. Derry, James Huggesson, 
Hen. Merrick, Tho. Jackson, Jon. Ger- 
rard, Mary Wilsonn, Isam Gargrave, 
Robt. Tempest, Elias Jones, Jon. Sing- 
cleare. 

Same to THOMAS KEELING, 100 
acres, p. 313, Nov. 18, 1635. 
Eliz. City Co., N. upon the land of 
Henry Southwell and Wm. Morgan. 
Trans, of 2 persons, whose names are 
not given. 



Sir John Harvey to PATRICK KEN- 
NEDE, 600 acres, Apr. 13, 1637, Page 
415. 

Upper Co. of New Norfolk on the 
Western branch of Elizabeth River. For 
the trans, of: himself, Edmund Camell, 
Robert Perry, Phillipp Caudell, John 
Waters, Robert Greene, Arthur Taylor, 
Harman Turner, Jeremiah, Ward, Henry 
Baylye, John Garye, Thomas Hayes. 

Same to PETER KNIGHT, 14 acres, 
Apr. 10, 1638, Page 529. 
Merchant. An island in Nansemond 
River in the upper Co. of New Norfolk 
on the S. side of the River opposite 
Oliver Sprye & adj. Robert Newman & 
Randolph Crew. Part of his first devi- 
dent for his personal adv. 

Same to Same, 400 acres, p. 543, Nov. 
18, 1618. 

Same location. Adj. Richard Bennett. 
Due by assignment from Thomas Bur- 
bage, Merchant. 

Same to Same, 200 acres, Mar. 13, 
1638, Page 200. 

Isle of Wight Co. Adj. Lieut. John Up- 
ton. Due by assignment & exchange to 
and with said Upton and Mr. Thos. Hill, 
for valuable consideration. 

Sir John Harvey to RICHARD 
KEMP, 80 poles, Page 587, Nov. 14, 
1637. 

Secretary of State. Due by order of 
Court, dated Oct. 5, 1631, "in respect 
to the necessary attendance of the Secty. 
at James City in the execution of his 
office." James City between land of 
Thos. Hill & Richard Tree. 

Same to Same, 840 acres, March 4, 
1638. Page 627. 

Called the Rich Neck in Archers Hope 
Cr. For his personal adv. & trans, of: 
Henry Fenton, Thomas Cooke, Robt. 
Summers, John How, George Harrison. 

Same to Same, 1300 acres, Jan. 3, 
1638, Page 631. 

Same location. 1200 acres purchased 
from Georg Menefye and granted Feb. 
20, 1636, but not truly bounded as ap- 



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pears by survey of Wm. Wigg, Surveyor, 
authorized by the Court, and 100 for 
trans, of 2 persons. 

Same to ELIZABETH KINGSMELL 
& JOHN JACKSON, 600 acres, Sept. 
26, 1638, Page 600. 
Now the wife of Wm. Taylor. James 
City Co., adj. Bridges Freeman, John 
Dansey & John Felgate. Trans, of: 
Michael Batt, an ancient planter, John 
Golding, Patrick Tailing, David Davis, 
Jon. Vaughan, Hen. Daniell, Edward 
Plowman, Alexander Stomer, Tho. 
Browne, Tho. Child, Jon. Nurton. 

Same to JOHN KEMP, 500 acres, Oct. 
20, 1639, Page 677. 

James City Co., adj. Henry Hart & 
Thomas Gray. Trans, of himself and 
Tho. Clarke, Jane Moore, William Short, 
William Madwell, John Harmon, Wil- 
liam Havert, John Searle, John Cole, 
Henry Rose. 

Sir Francis Wyatt to CHRISTOPHER 
KIRKE, 300 acres, Oct. 20, 1640, Page 
698. 

Accomack Co., at Naswatocks Cr. adj. 
Garrett Anderson. For his personal adv. 
& trans, of: John Dolbin, John Guro, 
Christopher Barker, Henry Moorescroft, 
George Trevett. 

Sir William Berkeley to Same, 400 
acres, p. 852, Nov. 11, 1642. 
Northampton County. Due by assign- 
ment from Thomas Savage. 

Same to BARTHOLOMEW KNIPE, 
100 acres, p. 792, Aug. 25, 1642. 
Adj. land of Thomas Jones. (County 
not given.) Due for trans, of: John 
Wade, Thomas Hughes. 

Sir Wm. Berkeley to JOHN KING, 
300 acres, Dec. 10, 1642, Page 863. 
On the South side of Charles River. 
Due for the trans, of Ann King, his 
wife, Katherine Kallaway, Thomas 
Clary, Phillip Wade, Alice Smith, Alice 
Cooke. 

Sir Francis Wyatt, to JOHN LYTE- 
FOOTE, 12 acres, Aug. 14, 1624, Page 
10. 
An old planter who came over in the 



Sea Venture with Sir Thomas Gates 
"and hath abode hitherto in this coun- 
try." Within the island of James City, 
towards Goose Hill, near the land of 
Wm. Spencer. 

Sir Francis Wyatt to LIEUT. AL- 
BIANO LUPO, 350 acres, Sept. 1, 1624, 
Page 33. 

Gent., and ancient planter of Kiccough- 
tan in the corporation of Elizabeth City. 
By a small branch dividing this from 
the land of his wife Elizabeth Lupo, 
near land of John Bush. For his per- 
sonal adventure and the trans, out of 
England of: John Slaughter & John i, 
Hayes who came in the George in 1617, 
Hester Wheeler in the George in 1619, 
Daniel Palmer in the Warwick in 1621, 
whose passage he defrayed unto John 
Downham, & Elizabeth Hayden in the 
London Merchant in 1620. 

Same to ELIZABETH LUPO, 50 

acres, Aug. 22, 1624, Page 34. 

Her first devident in the parish of Kic- 

coughtan. Due by order of Court of 

England. 

Sir Francis Wyatt to WILLIAM 
LANSDEN, 100 acres, June 3, 1624, 
Page 40. 

Yeoman and an old planter. His first 
devident in the parish of Kiccoughtan, 
on the West side of Southampton River 
on a creek dividing same from the land 
of Wm. Clayborne. 

Francis West to JOHN LEYDEN, 
100 acres, Dec. 2, 1628, Page 69. 
An old planter, for his first personal 
devident. On the East side of Blunt , / 
Point Creek, North on the land of Wm. «/ 
Cooksey, Anthony Burrowes & Wm. 
Harris. Formerly granted him by Sir 
Georg Yeardley by patent dated Feb. 26, 
1619 within the island of Henrico & 
Coxendale, and which is now surren- 
dered. 

Capt. John West to JOHN LEYDEN, 
200 acres, May 5, 1636, Page 343. 
Warwick River County, going from the 
new Poquoson to Nutmeg Quarter. Due 
for the personal adventure of himself 
and wife before the time of Sir Thomas 
Dale. 



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Same to Same, 100 acres, page 344, 
May 5, 1636. 

Same location. For the trans, of: Tho. 
Watt, Robt. Newman. 

Same to Same, 700 acres, May 6, 
1636, Page 345. 

Warwick River Co., S. W. upon James 
River, W. upon John Powell, S. E. upon 
Mr. Stratton. Trans, of: Wm. Wellon, 
Jonathan Wakes, James, an Irishman, 
Edward Walker, John Morris. 

Sir John Harvey to BRIDGETT 
LOWTHER, 250 acres, May 16, 1632, 
Page 137. 

Widow, of Pasbeyhays in the corpora- 
tion of James City, on the W. side of 
Chickahominy River, opposite land of 
Bridges Freeman. 21 year lease. 

John Pott to ELIAS LA GUARD, 
100 acres, May 14, 1628, Page 99. 
Vignerone. Elizabeth City County on 
the West side of Harris' Creek. 10 year 
lease. 



wife, Rebecca, and 250 acres for the 
trans, of James Turner, Tho. Chute, 
Jno. Probat, Jon. Kerne. 

Capt. John West to EPAPHRODI- 
TUS LAWSON, 200 acres, Nov. 25, 
1635, Page 319. 

At the head of the back river. Due by 
deed of sale from John Davis as by 
order of Court dated October 8, 1635. 

Capt. John West to EDWARD 
LOYD, 400 acres, March 30, 1636, Page 
359. 

Western branch of Elizabeth River up- 
on the land of Cornelius Loyd and John 
Sipsey. Due for the trans, of 4 persons. 
(Names not given.) 

Capt. John West to ROBERT LUCAS, 
150 acres, April 30, 1636, Page 360. 
Charles River County upon the new 
poquoson river, near land of John 
Powell, deed Trans, of: John Lewen, 
Richard Abberlyn, John Taylor. 



Sir John Harvey to ELIAS LA 
GUARD, 12 acres, April 12, 1633, Page 
141. 

At Buck Roe in Eliz. City Co., adj. land 
of Wm. Croney, Southerly upon land of 
James Bonall, Frenchman. 50 acres here- 
of formerly granted to John Arundell 
and assigned by him unto said Le Guard 
Jan. 20, 1629- 21 year lease. 

Capt. John West to THOMAS LAM- 
BERT, 100 acres, June 1, 1635, Page 
171. 

On the East side of the Bay of Eliza- 
beth River. For the trans, of two ser- 
vants. (Names not given.) 

Capt. John West to CORNELIUS 
LOYD, 800 acres, June 2, 1635, Page 
237. 

Upon Maddisses and Merchants Creeks. 
Trans, of 16 persons (names not given.) 

Capt. John West to PEIRCE LEN- 
NON 300 acres, Nov. 6, 1635, Page 
295. 

Charles City County, adj. to Weyanoke. 
50 acres for the personal adv. of his 



Capt. John West to JOHN LAR- 
THROPP, 250 acres, March 31, 1636, 
Page 363. 

James City Co., upon the head of Kethes 
Creek. For the personal adv. of him- 
self & wife Bridgett and trans of Jon 
Howgate, Hen. Jackson, Robt. Jackson. 

Capt. John West to FRANCIS 
LAUGHER, 50 acres, Sept. 22, 1636, 
Page 390. 

Charles River Co. E. upon the new 
poquoson, S. upon Richard Vauson & 
N. upon Hawkins' neck of land. Due 
by covenant from his master Michael 
Marshott, to be performed to him after 
the expiration of his service. 

Sir Francis Wyatt to GEORGE 
MENEFY, 50 acres, Feb. 4, 1624, Page 
96. 

Merchant. "For the better convenience 
of his house erected in the New Towne 
within the precincts of James City," 
near Capt. Ralph Hamor & Capt. John 
Harvie. For his personal adv. he hav- 
ing come in the Samuell in 1622. 



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Capt. John West to GEORGE 
MENEFIE, 1200 acres, July 2, 1635, 
Page 199. 

One of the Councell of State. James 
City Co., bounded on the W. with a 
branch of Archers Hope Creek. For 
trans, of: Edw. Williams, Thomas An- 
drews, Antho. Skinner, Rich. Clarke, 
Symon Loram, Jon. Doe, Rich. Apple- 
ton, Tony, an Eastindian, Wm. Sutton, 
Wm. Large, John Abram, Wm. Stoddon, 
Jon. Bugbye, Jon Ellis, Saml. Turner, 
Nich. Whoorewood, Jon. Baker, Jon. 
Grimes, Tho. Poole, Tho. Taylor, Ly- 
dian Price, Robt. Thomas, Tony a Turke, 
JefTery Hatton. 

Sir Francis Wyatt to ALEXANDER 
MOUNTNEY, 100 acres, Sept. 20, 
1624, Page 37. 

Yeoman & Ancient Planter. In the 
parish of Kiccoughtan in the corpora- 
tion of Elizabeth City, adj. land of Edw. 
Hill, Wm. Cole, now in the possession 
of Capt. Thos. Davis. 

Francis West to ROBERT MAR- 
SHALL, 10 acres, Sept. 20, 1628, Page 
92. 

Lying within the island of James City, 
adj. land of Mary Bayly, Thos. Pasmore 
& near Elmer Phillipps. 10 year lease. 

Sir John Harvey to JOHN MOONE, 
Planter. Within the limits of Warwicks- 
quiecke extending E. towards Pagan 
Point Creek. Trans, of: Giles Martin, 
Julian Hollier & Clement Thrush, who 
came in the Returne of London in 1623. 

Capt. John West to JOHN MOONE, 
900 acres, Oct. 21, 1635, Page 291. 

Same location. For the personal adv. of 
his wife Susan Moone and Jon. Russell, 
Jon. Price, Robt. Bard, Jon. Tho. Wen- 
ner, Jon. Sulliward, Norman Williams, 
Jon. Cloyes, Jon. White, Rich. Petway, 
Tho. Boy, Jon. Rowlett, Anth. Jordan, 
Rich. Banen, Tho. Warder, Jon. Neale. 

Sir John Harvey to ROBERT MAR- 
TIN, 30 acres, July 24, 1632, Page 131. 
Towards the head of Archers Hope adj. 
Henry Coney & John Milnehouse. 21 
yr. lease. 



Sir John Harvey to JOHN MILNE- 
HOUSE, 40 acres, July 24, 1632, Page 
132. 

Towards the head of Archers Hope, adj. 
Robt. Martin. 21 year lease. 

Capt. John West to JOHN MOORE, 
200 acres, July 3, 1635, Page 202. 
North upon little Poquoson Creek, adj. 
Thos. Boulding & Thos. Garrett. For 
trans. 4 persons. (Names not given.) 

Capt. John West to DANIEL MAN- 
SELL, 500 acres, July 22, 1635, Page 
259. 

James City Co., in Martins Hundred, 
adj. Mr. Barham. For trans, of: Fra. 
Sawyer, Rich. Kenscott, Jonas Evans, 
Jon. Smalledge, Phi. Powell, Wm. 
Crouch, Wm. Heyly, Jon. Bennett, Geo. 
Bullock, Eliz. Lewis. 

Capt. John West to EDWARD MIN- 
TER, 250 acres, July 22, 1635, Page 261. 
James City Co., over against Dancing 
Point on the S. side of the river. Due 
as son and heir of his father, Richard 
Minter, dec'd. and due the sd. Richard 
for the personal adv. of himself & wife, 
Ann, his 2 sons Edward & John, & Wm. 
Browne. 

Same to Same, 300 acres, May 31, 
1636, Page 353. 

Upper Chippoakes Cr. on the W. side 
of the great swamp parting same from 
Benj. Harrison & Adj. Jeremiah Cle- 
ments. 100 acres for the trans, of Grace 
Minter, his now wife & Richard Hide, 
& 200 acres by deed of sale from 
Charles Foord, who trans. Ann Emmer- 
ton, Hen. Patrick, Edward Young & 
Jon. Cooper. 

Capt. John West to EDWARD 
MERRIMAN, 150 acres, Nov. 6, 1635, 
Page 296. 

Charles City Co., adj. Weyanoake, 
Peirce Lennon & David Jones. Trans, 
of himself, wife Sarah, & Wm. Bird. 

Capt. John West to NATHAN MAR- 
TIN, 500 acres, May 31, 1636, Page 
356. 

Henrico County, called the great field, 
W. towards Fallen Creek. 50 acres for 



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his personal adv. & 450 acres by surren- 
der from Benj. Carroll, Robt. Hallom, 
Thos. Harris & Wm. Farrer, due them 
than Dawson Sliza Tally, Alex. Norey, 
Rich. Goodall, John Halloway & John 
North. 

Capt. John West to JOSEPH 
MOORE, 200 acres, June 2, 1636, Page 
357. 

Elizabeth City Co., on old Poquoson 
River, adj. Thomas Symons. For trans, 
of Gilbert Reynolds, Wm. Richards, 
Barbary Chapman, Mary Shorten. 

Capt. John West to WILLIAM 
MELLING, 100 acres, June 30, 1636, 
Page 365. 

Accomack Co., beginning at Cabin 
Branch. For the personal adv. of him- 
self and Wm. Morton. 

Capt. John West to THOMAS 
MARKHAM, 300 acres, July 11, 1636, 
Page 371. 

Henrico Co., South upon Curies adj. 
Bayley's land. 100 acres in right of his 
wife Susan relict of Robt. Greenleafe to 
whom same was due as an ancient plan- 
ter before time of Sir Thos. Dale's 
government, residue for the personal 
adv. of himself his sd. wife and trans, 
of John Foster & Richard Wall. 

Capt. John West to WILLIAM MOR- 
GAN, 350 acres, Sept. 18, 1636, Page 
385. 

James City Co., being a small island in 
Chickahominy River. Said land due in 
right of his wife Margarett, late widow 
of Richard Sanders. 

Capt. John West to FRANCIS 
MAULDEN, 400 acres, Nov. 25, 1636, 
Page 400. 

North side of Nansemond River, be- 
ginning at Reedy branch. For the per- 
sonal adv. of himself, wife Katherine & 
trans, of: Jos. Titlore, Robt. Sutton, 
Barbary Barne, Humph. Browne, Fran- 
cis Hutchinson, Wm. Parry. 

Sir John Harvey to JOHN NEALE, 
50 acres, Feb. 12, 1632, Page 135. 
Merchant. Upon Strawberry Banks in 
Elizabeth City Co., adj. land of George 



Downes. Due by assignment from 
Lyonell Roulston, Jan. 14, 1630. 21 
year lease. 

Capt. John West to JOHN NEALE, 
1500 acres, June 18, 1636, Page 365. 

Accomack Co., abutting Smith Island. 
Trans, of: Ann Alport, Richard Wil- 
sonn, John Manby, Edward Paskins, 
Geo. Bowles, Jon. Curtis, Pearce Neale, 
Robert Pearce, Abra. Panthurst, Edw. 
Gill, Gilbert Bennett, David Witherby, 
James Head, Philip Longfield, James 
Pattison, Bryan Kelly, Rich. Smith, 
Katherine Smith, Eliz. Pistole, Robt. 
Pistole, Wm. Parry, Edw. Daniell, Tho. 
Addams, Wm. Pearce, Elias Harman, 
Ann Prosser, Eliz. Sherly, Wm. Shaw, 
Henry Robinson. 

Same to Same, 500 acres, June 18, 
1636, Page 365. 

Accomack Co., upon Smith's Island, adj. 
his own land. For trans, of: John Hen- 
drye, James Hutchinson, Henry Warner, 
Richard Harris, Peter Warrendord, An- 
tho. Stansby, Richard Graves, Robert 
Stackhowse, Tho. Sadler, Tho. Michell. 

Same to Same, Page 413. 
Same as 2nd item in his name. 

Sir John Harvey to JOHN NEALE & 
JOHN REDMAN of London, 500 acres, 
May 18, 1637, Page 417. 
Merchants. An island called Smith's Is- 
land in the County of Accomack. For 
trans, of 10 persons. (Same as Item 
No. 3.) 

Same to Same, 500 acres, Date not 
given. Page 518. 

Accomack Co., adj. Edmund Scarbrough, 
Thos. Hunt & his own land. In con- 
sideration of the surrender of patent to 
Smith's Island. 

Capt. John West to THOMAS NOR- 
MANTON, 50 acres, Date not given. 
Page 334. 

Elizabeth City Co., between Robt. Huett 
& the Indian Stone. By deed from John 
Ward, and due sd. Ward for the trans, 
of Ann Ward. 



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Same to same. 250 acres, April 11, 
1635, Page 335. 

Eliz. City Co., upon Harris Creek, adj. 
Wm. Hampton. By deed from John 
Ward, Feb. 15, 1635, & due said Ward 
for trans, of: Andrew Peterson, Jos. 
Browne, Eliz. Blackly, Eliza. Bendy, Ann 
Ward. 

Capt. John West to WILLIAM 
NUSAM, 550 acres, May 3, 1636, Page 
338. 

James City Co., towards Sunken Marsh. 
200 acres for the personal adv. of him- 
self, his first wife Penelope Ramsey, 2nd 
wife Sarah Fisher, & Elizabeth Wilson, 
and trans, of: Sarah Rider, Bridgett 
Fisher, John Barker, Tobias Waxell, 
Wm. Wescome, Jason Rineley. 

Sir Wm. Berkeley to WM. NUSAM, 
Aug. 26, 1643, Page 906. 
Confirmation of the foregoing patent. 

Capt. John West to ROBERT NEW- 
MAN, 50 acres, Nov. 22, 1636, Page 
398. 

Nansemond River between his dwelling 
house and house of Francis Hough. For 
trans, of Jobe Jefferys. 

Sir John Harvey to ROBERT NEW- 
MAN, Aug. 28, 1637, Page 474. 
Confirmation of the above. 

Same to Same, 150 acres, Sept. 21, 

1637, Page 482. 

Upper County of New Norfolk on S. 
side of Nansemond River adj. land of 
John Parrott, beg. at Parrakete Point. 
By assignment from Lt. John Upton. 

Same to Same, 50 acres, Oct. 23, 1637, 
Page 489. 

Same location. For his own personal 
adventure. 

Robert Newman, to RICHARD BEN- 
NETT, Merchant, 450 acres. Aug. 20, 

1638, Page 650. 

All of his interest in patent dated May 
11, 1635. Witnesses: Wm. Durant & 
John GookirL 



Sir John Harvey to ROBERT NEW- 
MAN, 650 acres, March 10, 1639, Page 
660. 

Warwick River Co. Trans, of: Row- 
land Sigmar, Symon Tillney, Robt. 
Mouse, Job. Jeffrys, Balden Signett, 
Richard Leake, Margaret Rickett, Phil- 
lip Bayly, Wm. Norwell, Geo. Taylor, 
Rebecca Pallington, Henry Brignell, Tho. 
Willoughby. 

Sir John Harvey to TRISTRUM NOS- 
WORTHY, 100 acres, May 10, 1638, 
Page 530. 

At a place called the Long Pond, W. 
upon Wm. Eyres, E. upon John Sea- 
ward. Trans, of: Thos. Vaughan, John 
Hodges. 

Same to Same, 50 acres, May 10, 
1638, Page 530. 

Upper Co. of New Norfolk, known as 
Kennedyes Island. Trans of Robt. Davis. 

Same to Same, 100 acres, May 10, 

1638, Page 531. 

Upper Co. of New Norfolk, E. upon 
John Smith, W. upon John Seaward. 
Trans, of: Robert Cooke & John Har- 
wood. 

Same to Same, 200 acres, June 5, 

1639, Page 656. 

Same County, towards the head of a bay 
behind Ragged Island. Trans, of An- 
drew Edwards, Mary Jackson, Barthol 
Tucker, John Steward. 

Same to Same, 150 acres, June 5, 
1656, Page 656. 

Same county, upon N. W. side of 
Nansemond River, adj. Daniel Gookin. 
Trans, of himself, Ann, his wife & Jane 
Bembrick. 

Sir Wm. Berkeley to Same, Aug. 9, 
1642, Page 821. 
Confirmation of patent just above. 

Same to Same, Aug. 9, 1642, Page 
821. 
Confirmation of 3d patent listed. 

Same to Same, Aug. 10, 1642, Page 
821. 
Confirmation of 4th patent listed. 



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Same to Same, 150 acres, May 3, 
1643, Page 928. 

Isle of Wight Co., on W. side of an 
island called the Long Pond. Trans, of: 
William Webb, Richard Hooper, Antho. 
Branch. 

John Norton, Smith of James Island 
to EDWARD SANDERSON, Merchant, 
Nov. 1, 1638, Page 630. 
In consideration of the sum of 2200 lbs. 
of tobacco, 1 house and 12 acres of 
ground in James Island, to the Eastward 
of James City. Witnesses: Daniel Hill, 
Robt. Portman. 

Sir Wm. Berkeley to JOHN NOR- 
TON, 250 acres, Aug. 30, 1643, Page 
898. 

James City Co., S. upon land of Richard 
Bell, near land of Robt. Holt. Trans, of 
Ann, his wife, John Jackson, John 
Broadway, Georg Burford, John Nurton. 

Sir Francis Wyatt to RICHARD 
NANCE, 300 acres, Jan. 6, 1639, Page 
715. 

Henrico County, upon N. side of Appo- 
mattox River, adj. Wm. Gates. Trans, 
of: Alice his now wife, Robt. Perry, 
Robt. Chappell, Geo. Prebedy, Edw. 
Rowlington, Mary Viccars. 

Sir Wm. Berkeley to HENRY 
NEALE, 850 acres, Aug. 31, 1643, Page 
898. 

James City Co., at the upper Chippoakes 
Creek, adj. Henry White. Trans, of: 
Henry Neale, Jon. Neale, Phillip Bowen, 
Samuel Bowen, Samuel Hall, Wm. Best, 
Tho. Flewellin, Ann Flewellin, Henry 
Maddin, Edward Miller, Tho. Mus- 
grove, Ann Dyer, Wm. Jones, Tho. Ad- 
kins, Ellin Hawkes, Mary Hawkes. 

Capt. John West to JENKIN OS- 
BORNE, 400 acres, July 9, 1635, Page 
214. 

Charles City Co., bet. Capt. Woodley 
& Wm. Bayly. Trans, of: Wm. Brock, 
Thomas Ashton, John Cugley, Tho. 
Bateman, Tho. Tyler, Geo. Purser, Tho. 
Jones, Samuel Ramsey. 



Capt. John West to JOHN OBERRY, 
100 acres, May 9, 1636, Page 350. 
Near the head of Kethes creek and S. 
upon Edward Hall. Granted by order 
of court for the personal adv. of his 
wife, Rose Stretchey & Henry Smithock. 
Feb. 2, 1635. 

Sir John Harvey, to ROSE OBERRYE, 
Page 645. 

Widow of John Oberry. Renewal of 
the above. 

Capt. John West to EDWARD OS- 
BORNE, 400 acres, June 2, 1636, Page 
358. 

Gent. Henrico Co., upon the great 
swamp. For his personal adv. and trans, 
of: Robert James, William Howe, 
Richard Hitchcox, Leon. Boloe, Robert 
Ellam, Charles Steward, Richard Bum- 
pass. 

Capt. John West to JOHN OR- 
CHARD, 100 acres, Sept. 30, 1636, 
Page 393. 

James City Co., upon the W. side of 
Chickahominy River at Swan House 
Point. For the trans, of his now wife. 
Anne, and Wm. Oxford. 

Sir John Harvey to JOHN OR- 
CHARD, 350 acres, Aug. 15, 1637, 
Page 450. 

James City Co., on the E. side of Chicka- 
hominy River, a mile from Warrany 
Landing place. Trans, of his first wife 
Anne, his now wife Mary, himself, Wm. 
Oxford, John Ward, Margery Price, 
Francis Muffett. 

Capt. John West to EDWARD 
OLIVER, 50 acres, Nov. 21, 1636, Page 
397. 

James City Co., in Tompson's Bay. Due 
by gift from Sir John Harvey to his now 
wife, Ann Cordwell. 

Sir John Harvey to EDWARD 
OLIVER, 500 acres, May 1, 1638, Page 
562. 

Upon the E. side of Chickahominy 
River called Pyne Point, for trans, of: 
Thomas Golding, Dorothy Golding, 
John Smith, Thomas Grindell, John 



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Turner, Francis Webster, Thomas Bea- 
ton, Georg Barber, Ann Edmonds, 
Christopher Edwards, Thomas Edwards. 

Same to Same, 450 acres, April 16, 
1639, Page 640. 

James City Co., at the head of Chicka- 
hominy River, upon the N. side thereof. 
Trans, of 6 persons, whose names are 
the same as the 7 last mentioned above 
with the exception of Christopher Ed- 
wards. (In this patent the name Beaton 
is spelt Bough ton.) 

Same to Same, 750 acres, April 16, 
1639, Page 640. 

Same County, on S. side of same river. 
150 acres by assignment from John 
Broadwell and the balance for trans, of 
3 persons: Wm. Graves, Richard Baker 
& the headrights listed in the 2nd item 
except Christo. & Thos. Edwards. 

Sir John Harvey to FRANCIS OS- 
BORNE, 1300 acres, July 14, 1637, 
Page 439. 

Henrico Co., in Appomattocks River, 
W. land of Wm. Farrar, E. upon Capt. 
Francis Epes. Due in right of his father, 
Jenkin Osborne, deed., who transported: 
Mary Welch, Hannah May, Richard 
Gaily, Richard Aboge, Thomas Baylye, 
Wm. Waller, John Yeo, Joane Walters, 
John Tinwell, Wm. Wright, Symon 
Trencher, Wm. Lighthollier, Hen. Ward, 
Thomas Lewis, Wm. Auston, John 
Chamell & 3 negroes. 

Sir John Harvey, to CAPT. THO- 
MAS OSBORNE, JR., 500 acres, June 
16, 1637, Page 512. 

Henrico County, W. upon Proctor's 
Creek, called Batchelors Bancke. For 
his personal adv. & trans, of: Henry 
Kilbye, John Finch, Wm. Burford, 
Saml. Thorneford, Edward Williams, 
Jeremiah Hoveller, Agnes Sherly, Jon. 
Weyan, Richard Perrin. 

Same to Same. Feb. 6, 1637, 1000 
acres, Page 519. 

North upon Proctors Cr., S. upon Henri- 
co Island, called Fearing. Trans, of: 
Isaac Hutchins, Thos. Draywood, Jon. 
White, James Gaterson, Godfrey Lewis, 
Tho. Hunt, Jon. Beard, Rich. Arguse, 
Roger Humble, Robert James, Nath. 



Spackman, Richard Greenwood, Wm. 
Jones, Wm. Nicklesworth, Tho. Bartin, 
Chas. Russell, James Wanton, Hen. 
Seale, Robert Cradock, Richard Hitchcox. 

Sir John Harvey to JOHN OS- 
BORNE, 300 acres, April 26, 1639, 
Page 641. 

James City at the upper Chippoakes Cr. 
adj. Jeremiah Dickinson. Trans, of: 
Margarett, his wife, John, his son, Wal- 
ter Gibson, James Badworth, Susan 
Suelgreene, Eliza. Sellett. 

Sir Francis Wyatt, to THOMAS 
OLDIS, 50 acres, March 20, 1639, Page 
716. 

Elizabeth City County. 21 year lease. 
Fee rent: 2 bbls. merchantable tobacco 
annually to the Captain of the Fort at 
Point Comfort upon the feast of the 
Blessed Apostle St. Thomas. 

Same to same, Jan. 27, 1641, Page 
760. 
Confirmation of the above. 

Sir Francis Wyatt to JOHN POTT, 
8 acres. Aug. 11, 1624. 
Doctor of Physicks and one of the Coun- 
cel of State. Lying about his house in 
the backstreete being part of his first 
devident for his personal adventure. 
Renewed Sept. 20, 1628. 

Sir John Harvey to DR. JOHN 
POTT, 200 acres, Sept. 1, 1632, Page 
113. 

James City Co., upon Skiffes Cr. which 
parts same from Thos. Newell, extend- 
ing towards land of Jacob Avery, for 
the trans, of: Milward Randolph, Holt 
Ruth, Thomas Popkin and a maid ser- 
vant who came in the Georg in 1621. 

Sir Francis Wyatt to THOMAS 
PASSMORE, 12 acres, August 14, 1624, 
Page 10. 

Carpenter, within the corporation of 
James City, adj. Mary Holland. Part of 
his first devident and for trans, of John 
Buckmaster who came in the great 
Hopewell in 1623. 

Sir Francis Wyatt to JOHN 
POWELL, 150 acres, Sept. 20, 1624, 
Page 27. 
Yeoman and Ancient Planter, of New- 



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port Newes, in the corporation of Eliz. 
City. Near Capt. Wm. Tucker & John 
Taylor. For his own adv. and in right 
of his servant Thomas Praetor, who 
came in the Mary Providence in 1623, 
whom he bought of Capt. Rich. Shep- 
perd. 

Sir Georg Yeardley to LIEUT. GIL- 
BERT PEPPETT, 250 acres, Aug. 18, 
1627, Page 50. 

S. side of Warwick River near land of 
Capt. Saml. Mathews, Robt. Poole, be- 
tweent Colston & Cedar Islands. Trans, 
of: John Hewes, Edw. Parry in the 
Neptune, 1618, Alice, his wife, in the 
Jonathan in 1619, Richard Evans who 
came from Newfoundland in the Tem- 
perance in 1619 & Wm. Prowse in the 
Temperance in 1624. 

Sir Georg Yeardley to ROBERT 
POOLE, 300 acres, Sept. 8, 1627, Page 
51. 

Gent. Southerly side of Warwick River, 
adj. Gilbert Peppett, Westerly towards 
the church. For his personal adv. & 
200 acres as heir of his father Robert 
Poole and his brother John, deed., all 
of whom were old planters and came 
into this country with Sir Thos. Dale. 

Francis West to ISABELLA PERRY, 
200 acres, Sept. 20, 1628, Page 62. 
Wife of Wm. Perry, Gent., as her first 
devident, being an ancient planter. In 
the corporation of James City on the S. 
side of the river at plantation called 
Paces Paine and granted her former hus- 
band, Richard Pace, Dec. 5, 1620. Due 
for her personal adv. & by assignment 
from Richard Richards and Rich. Del- 
phenby. 

Francis West to GEORGE PACE, 400 
acres, Sept. 21, 1628, Page 64. 

Son & heir of Rich. Pace. Location 
same as above. Adj. land of his mother 
Isabella Perry, Francis Chapman. For 
personal adv. of his father & trans, of 
Lewis Bayly, Richard Jones, John Skin- 
ner, Bennett Pulle, Roger Macker, & 
Ann Mason, who came in the Marma- 
duke in 1621. 



Francis West to DANIEL POOLE, 
60 acres, Dec. 15, 1627, Page 80. 
Vignerone, of France. At Buck Roe in 
the precincts of Eliz. City, adj. Richard 
Ball & John Arundell. Lease. 

Sir John Harvey to ELMER PHIL- 
LIPS, 100 acres, June 5, 1633, Page 123. 
Elizabeth City near Fox hill, called In- 
dian Spring on Point Comfort Cr. Trans, 
of himself & Daniel Franck who came 
in the Southampton in 1622. 

Francis West to THOMAS PUR- 
FURY (Purine), 100 acres, Sept. 20, 
1628, Page 88. 

Eliz. City on a creek which divides same 
from Fort Henry, adj. Christopher 
Calthropp. 10 year lease. 

Sir John Harvey to THOMAS PURI- 
FYE, 500 acres, May 10, 1631, Page 
103. 

Eliz. City Co., upon Cross quarter point, 
bounded by Willoughby's neck. 

Same to Same, 2000 acres, April 18, 
1635, Page 163. 

Location of this land same as in patent 
just above. 

Capt. John West to THOMAS PURI- 
FEY, 100 acres, Nov. 28, 1635, Page 
323. 

Eliz. City Co., adj. Thomas Oldis from 
John Neale. Due by assignment from 
Capt. Thos. Graves by order of court 
dated Feb. 29, 1631, same being due to 
sd. Graves as an ancient planter. 

Capt. John West to JOHN PAR- 
ROTT, 450 acres, May 29, 1635, Page 
170. 

North upon Nansemond River. For 
trans, of himself and Prunella, his wife, 
John Bodin, James Traverse, John Mor- 
gan, Tho. Banton, Georg Clarke, George 
Heele, Thomas Cottle. 

Capt. John West to THOMAS PHIL- 
LIPPS, 300 acres, July 9, 1635, Page 
216. 

James City Co., on S. side of Chicka- 
hominy River. Trans, of himself, wife 
Elizabeth, daughter Elizabeth, Robert 
Greenfield & Robert Mason. 



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Capt. John West to WILLIAM PIL- 
KINGTON, 300 acres, July 10, 1635, 
Page 219. 

E. side of Lawnes Creek running E. to- 
wards James River. For the adv. of 
himself and wife Margarett & trans, of 
Thos. Bellowes, James Pinkney & Thos. 
Stephens. 

Same to Same, 200 acres, Nov. 16, 
1635, Page 308. 

James City Co., S. upon Chippoakes 
Creek. Trans, of 4 persons. (Names 
not given.) 

Capt. John West to WILLIAM 
PRIOR, 200 acres, July 11, 1635, Page 
223. 

E. upon Charles River, adj. his own 
land and Lewis Cocke. Trans, of: Wm. 
Prior, Wm. Norton, Ann Powell & 
Ann Cooke. 

Capt. John West to CAPT. WIL- 
LIAM PEIRCE, 2000 acres, June 22, 
1635, Page 255. 

Gent. & one of the Councel of State. 
Situated in Lawnes Creek adj. Alice 
Delke, widow, Northerly towards Wm. 
Spencer and Westerly towards Chip- 
poakes Creek. Trans, of: Mary Peefe, 
Barbary Tanner, Thos. Dawson, James 
Harrison, Rich. Burthen, Wm. Tompson, 
Edw. Cockshott, Tho. Rolfe, Jam. Eustis, 
Margaret Smally, Jon. Pawly, Wm. Al- 
lin, Ja. Legat, Edw. Hamer, Niccodemus 
White, Christ. Adkins, Ja. Smalledge, 
Wm. Short, Wm. Edwards, Greg. Wells, 
Alice Lawson, Hen. Harrison, Wm. 
Weekes, Robt. Brittaine, Rich. Webber, 
Benj. Dodson, Jon. Newman, Jon. 
Browning, Geo. Eagle, Jon. Heath, Tho. 
Johnson, Jon. Sparks, Jon. Lowe, Peter 
Willoughby, Edw. Wilford, Math. Mar- 
tledon, Alice King, Eliz. Adams, Ann 
Drawter & John Bayant. 

Capt. John West to ELIZABETH 
PARKER, 200 acres, Feb. 12, 1635, Page 
330. 

Widow. Henrico Co., in Varinas bet. 
Wm. Dawkes and the Gleab land abut- 
ting on the long field. 100 acres in 
right of her first husband Wm. Sharpe, 
an ancient planter, & 100 for the trans, 
of Gilbert Piatt & John Newman. 



Same to Same, 500 acres, July 12, 
1636, Page 373. 

Henrico Co., bet. Curies & Varinas. In 
right of her late husband who trans, at 
his own costs: Rich. Vase, John Tho- 
mas, Lewis James, Leon. Laughton, Wm. 
Cooke, Peter Whadsey, Edw. Jones, Jon. 
Ward, Wm. Woolley & 2 Negroes. 

Capt. John West to JOHN PLACE, 
150 acres, March 31, 1636, Page 356. 
Eliz. City Co., at the head of Hampton 
River, adj. Wm. Wells & Thos. Lully. 
For the personal adv. of his wife, Mary, 
and trans, of Peter Beesely & Richard 
Freeman. 

Capt. John West to THOMAS PRI- 
VETT, 50 acres, June 2, 1636, Page 
357. 

Charles River Co., at New Poquoson 
River, adj. Wm. Clerke & Thomas Har- 
wood. Trans, of 1 person. (Name not 
given.) 

Capt. John West to WM. PARKER, 
350 acres, May 31, 1636, Page 362. 
Warrisquinoake Co., on the S. side of 
Nansemond River against Dumpling Is- 
land. Trans, of: John Gately, John 
Middep, Jane Veale, Mary Harford, 
John Freethorne Mary Waters & Wil- 
liam Golding. 

Capt. John West to RICHARD 
PEIRCE, 600 acres, Sept. 12, 1636, Page 
379. 

James City Co., on S. side of Chicka- 
nominy River near Warrany old land- 
ing place. "50 acres in right of his now 
father Thomas Ward & 550 due in right 
of his late father Richard Peirce," who 
transported into the Colony: Thomas 
Warne, Christo. Young, Thomas Caus- 
by, John Woodall, George Barker, Rich. 
Bucktrell, John Carter, John Wright, 
Nich. Martin, Michaell Spurrier. 

Capt. John West to OLIVER PRYE, 
50 acres, Sept. 16, 1636, Page 384. 
Warrasquinoke Co., adj. his own land, 
N. upon Nansemond River. For his 
personal adv. 

Capt. John West to RICHARD 
QUEYNING, WM. BARKER, Mari- 



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ner, JOHN SADLER, Merchants, 1250 
acres, Nov. 26, 1635, Page 320. 
And to their associates & company, 
Charles City Co., extending from Mer- 
chants Hope. Trans, of: Georg Gre- 
gory, Tho. Peacock, Wtn. Radway, Jane 
Radway, Wm, Strange, Jon. Yates, Jon. 
Minter, Dorothy Standish, Math. Robin- 
son, Daniel Godwin, Jon. Jones, Tho. 
Johnson, Geo. Brooks, Sarah Collybant, 
Eliz. Phillipps, Jon. Croft, Daniel 
Bromely, Wm. Woodgate, Step. Good- 
win, Robt. Yates, Wm. Griffin, Wm. 
Andrewes, Benj. Ragg, Wm. Jackson, 
Nath. Deane. 

Sir John Harvey to RICHARD QUY- 
NYE, SYMON STURGES & JOHN 
SADLER, of London, Merchants, March 
16, 1636. Page 415. 
A tract of land commonly called Martin 
Brandon, beg. at the mouth of the Up- 
per Chippoakes Creek, & from the 
mouth of the sd. creek to the point of 
Tappahanna marsh. Due by purchase 
from Capt. Robert Bargrave. 

Francis West to NICHOLAS ROE, 
40 acres, Dec. 2, 1628, Page 96. 
Planter. Within precincts of Eliz. City, 
bounding Westerly on the long creek 
parting the same from land of Giles 
Jones, Easterly upon Point Comfort Cr. 
10 yr. lease. 

Sir John Harvey to JOHN ROBINS, 
JR., 300 acres, Sept. 7, 1632. Page 119. 
Planter. Elizabeth City Co. Son & heir 
apparent of John Robins. Adj. land of 
Peter Arundell, deed. For the personal 
adv. of his father, himself & 4 persons, 
all of whom came in the Margaret & 
John in 1622. Henry West, Peter Ashe- 
ley, Joseph Moore, William Davis. 

Sir John Harvey to ROGER RACE, 
WALTER FLOYD, THOMAS SMITH, 
& SILVESTER TATNAM, 400 acres, 
April 24, 1632, Page 130. 
In Martins Hundred & SkifTes Creek. 
21 year Lease. 

Dictoris Christmas to LYONELL 
ROULSTON, Gent., of the same place. 
50 acres, Sept. 9, 1628, Page 134. 
Planter, of Elizabeth City. Assignment 



of his right, title & interest in lease 
dated Aug. 20, 1627, for land and 
houses and appurtenances in James City 
Co. at Strawberry Banks. Witnesses: 
Wm. Clayborne, Edw. Cage. 

Lyonell Roulstone to JOHN NEALE. 
January 14, 1630, Page 134. 
"To my loving friend, John Neale." 
Assignment of the above. Witnesses: 
Henry Hill, Henry Pumry. 

Sir John Harvey to ABRAHAM 
ROOTE, 50 acres, Aug. 13, 1634, Page 
153. 

Planter, of Hogg Island, in the Co. of 
James City, at a place called the Rockes. 
21 year lease. 

Sir John Harvey to RICHARD 
ROBINSON, 100 acres, April 21, 1635, 
Page 167. 

50 acres on the N. side & 50 acres on 
S. W. side of the Great Poquoson River. 

Capt. John West to JOHN RUSSELL, 
250 acres, June 24, 1635, Page 177. 
In Lower Chippoakes Cr., running to- 
wards Lawnes Cr. For his personal adv. 
& trans, of: John Webber, Rich Deane, 
William Exton & Jon. Asley. 

Capt. John West to JOHN RISH- 
TON, 50 acres, July 8, 1635, Page 211. 
James City Co., upon the great cr. over 
against James Towne on S. side of the 
river. Due by covenant from his master 
Richard Perry of London, Merchant, 
dated 26th July, 1628. 

Capt. John West to WILLIAM RAN- 
SHAW, 200 acres, July 1, 1635, Page 
193. 

Eliz. City Co. Personal adv. of him- 
self, Katherine, his wife, & trans, of: 
John Stephens, Thomas Pawford. 

Same to Same, 150 acres, Sept. 14, 
1636, Page 382. 

Same location. Trans, of: James Ash- 
feild, William Boyer, Nicholas Berrye. 

Same to Same, 150 acres, Sept. 15, 
1636, Page 383. 

Same location. Trans, of: Christopher 
Hunt, Richard Snead. 



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Capt. John West to THOMAS RAN- 
SHAW, 50 acres, July 27, 1635, Page 
262. 

Denby County, W. upon Warwick 
River, N. upon Deep Creek. Trans, of 
1 person. (Name not given.) 

Same to Same, 250 acres, July 27, 

1635, Page 264. 

Eliz. City Co., adj. Christopher Stoakes 
& S. upon New Pocoson River. Trans, 
of 5 pers. (Names not given.) 

Capt. John West to WM. RAVE- 
NETT, 150 acres, Nov. 21, 1635, Page 
318. 

Denbigh Co., adj. Harwood's land, Mr. 
Heley's and his own land. Trans, of: 
John Howe, Christopher Oxford, Vin- 
cent Woodyard. 

Same to Same, 25 acres, Sept. 23, 

1636, Page 392. 

Warwick River Cp., adj. Richard Wil- 
cocks, S. E. upon the mill at the head 
of Warwick River and along Huckle- 
bery Swamp. Trans, of: George Olli- 
ver, Clement Whydon, John Owberry, 
John Read & John Evans. 

Capt. John West to WM. ROOKINS, 
150 acres, May 9, 1636, Page 349. 
James City Co., adj. Samuel Edmonds. 
For the personal adv. of his wife, Jane 
Baxter, and Trans, of: Robert Risby & 
John Allen. 

Capt. John West to EDWARD 
ROGERS, 300 acres, May 14, 1636, 
Page 350. 

Warrasquioake Co., adj. Thos. Jordan. 
Trans, of: Joane Davis, Christ. Thorpe, 
Nich. White, John Bordman, John 
Home, & Thos. Bulmer. 

Sir John Harvey to MARGARETT 
ROGERS, 200 acres, Aug. 14, 1637, 
Page 449. 

Widow. Upper Co. of New Norfolk, 
adj. Thos. Jordan & her own land. Due 
by assignment from Richard Freeland 
to her late husband, Edw. Rogers. "Pro- 
vided nevertheless that whereas the sd. 
Margaret is now with child by the sd. 



Edw. that if the child be born with life 
that then the inheritance to belong to 
sd. child." 

Same to Same, 500 acres, August 14, 
1637, Page 448. 

Same location. For the trans, by her late 
husband of: Joane Davis, Christ. 
Thorpe, Nicholas White, John Bord- 
man, Jon. Thorne, Tho. Bulmur, Ran- 
dall Jackson, Peter Eaton, Eliza. Joanes, 
Francis Champins. 

Capt. John West to WM ROPER, 
350 acres, Sept. 6, 1636, Page 375. 
Accomack Co., bet. land of Dennis & 
Henry Charlton. Due for his personal 
adv. & trans, of: Wm. Jacob, George 
Cottington. 

Capt. John West to CHRISTOPHER 
REYNOLDS, 450 acres, Sept. 15, 1636, 
Page 382. 

Warrasquinoake Co. Bounded with back 
creek and running Easterly behind Pagan 
shore. Trans, of 9 persons. (Names 
not given.) 

Capt. John West to CAPT. JOHN 
ROBERTS, 100 acres, Sept. 16, 1636, 
Page 383. 

Eliz. City Co. East upon the southern 
branch of Elizabeth River. Trans, of: 
Dorothy Davis, Isaac Merry. 

Capt. John West to NICHOLAS 
REYNOLDS, 1000 acres, Dec. 1636, 
Page 408. 

S. E. upon Lawnes Creek, adj. Ed. 
Rogers & Capt. Wm. Peirce. Said land 
being due to sd. Reynolds by intermar- 
rying with Alice Delke, widow of Roger 
Delke. 

Sir Tohn Harvey to NICHOLAS REY- 
NOLDS, Aug. 26, 1637, Page 473. 
Confirmation of the above patent. 

Sir Tohn Harvey to JOHN REDMAN 
& JOHN NEALE of London, Merchants. 
500 acres, May 18, 1637, Page 417. 
An island known as Smith's island in 
Accomack Co. Trans, of 10 persons. 
(See headrights listed in patent to John 
Neale.) 



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Sir John Harvey to JOHN RADISH 
& JOHN BR AD WELL, 16 acres, May 
20, 1637, Page 423. 

In the island of James City, running 
close to Goose Hill marsh & near Edw. 
Travis. Due by deed of sale from John 
Baldwin, gent. 

Sir John Harvey to PETER REY & 
WILLIAM JACOB, 350 acres, May 25, 
1637, Page 431. 

Isle of Wight Co., at the head of New 
Towne Haven, adj. Edw. Rogers. 100 
acres for the personal adv. of sd. Rey 
& Margarett, his wife, Henry, his son, 
& 100 by assignment from James Poin- 
teau for the trans, of himself & Anthony 
Lufurrier, & 100 acs. for the trans, of 
sd. Jacob & Samuell Hicks. 

Sir John Harvey to JOSEPH 
ROYALL, 300 acres, Aug. 15, 1637, 
Page 452. 

Henrico Co., at the S. E. side of Turkey 
Island Cr. Due for trans, of himself, 
his first wife Thomasin, Ann, his now 
wife, Henry Royall, his brother, Robert 
Warrell & Jon. Wells. 

Sir John Harvey to WILLIAM REY- 
NOLDS, 300 acres, Aug. 15, 1637, Page 
452. 

Charles River Co., beg. at Willson's 
Point, adj. Hatefeilds & Queens Creeks. 
Trans, of: Morris Jones, Richard Pew, 
John Butterum, Ann Banks. 

Sir John Harvey to ROBERT ROCK- 
WELL, 250 acres, Aug. 19, 1637, Page 
460. 

New Norfolk Co., in Nansemond River, 
adj. land of Edward Major. For his per- 
sonal adv. and trans, of his wife, Sarah, 
his 2 children: Mary & Thomasin, and 
Mary Hayes. 

Michael Ratcliffe, Gent, to JOHN 
BURLAND, planter, 25 acres, May 25, 
1634, Page 525. 

Both Chisekiake. Adj. Benj. Cheyney & 
Uties Creek. Due sd. Ratcliffe for his 
personal adv. Witnesses: Thomas Ward 
& Benj. Cheyney. 



Francis Wyatt to RICHARD STE- 
PHENS, 3 score rods, Dated 1623, 
Page 1. 

James City. "For his better conveniency 
&c. that others may be the more en- 
couraged by his example to build and 
enclose some ground about their houses 
for gardining, etc." Adj. Capt. Ralph 
Hamor. 

Francis Wyatt to WILLIAM SPEN- 
CER, 12 acres, Aug. 14, 1624, Page 9. 
Yeoman. James City. Ancient planter. 
Part of his first devident within the is- 
land towards Goose Hill near land of 
Sir Thos. Dale & John Lytefoote. Due 
for his personal adv. 

Sir John Harvey to WILLIAM SPEN- 
CER, 250 acres, Sept. 29, 1632, Page 
120. 

Within the corp. of James City on the 
W. side of Lawnes Cr. Due to him in 
right of James Tooke, who came in the 
Georg in 1621, Hugh Wynn & Robert 
Latchett in the George in 1621, James 
Robinson in the Charitie in 1622 & 
Joseph Deane in the Abigail in 1622. 

Sir Francis Wyatt to GEORG SAN- 
DYS, ESQR., 300 acres, Dec. 4, 1624, 
Page 12. 

Treasurer of Virginia. Opposite James 
City and adj. Westward on land of John 
Baineham & Eastward on Edw. Grindon 
"of both which devidents he is now 
actually possessed." 100 acs. being for 
a bill of adv. and the other in right of 
trans, of: William Right, William 
Heynes, Jr., William Smith & Georg 
Gurr, all of who came from the Sumer 
Island in the Tyger in 1621. 

Sir Francis Wyatt to THOMAS 
SULLY, 6 acres, Aug. 14, 1624, Page 
12. 

Yeoman & old planter. Within the is- 
land of James City, E. upon Blockhouse 
field, extending towards the new block- 
house lately built. Part of his first devi- 
dent for his personal adv. 

Francis West to THOMAS SULLY, 
94 acres, Nov. 30, 1628, Page 65. 
Planter. Of Eliz. City. At the head of 



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Southampton River near land of Thos. 
Bolden. Part of first devident. 

Sir Urancis Wyatt to JOHN SAL- 
FORD, 100 acres, Dec. 1, 1624, Page 
21. 

Yeoman. Of Kiccoughtan in the corp. 
of Eliz. City. Bet. Blunt Point & New- 
port News, adj. Morris Tompson, Phar- 
oah Flinton. Due as heir of Sarah Sal- 
ford, his sister, an ancient planter for 
her personal adv. 

Sir Francis Wyatt to ROBERT SAL- 
FORD, 100 acres, Sept. 20, 1624, Page 
30. 

Of Kiccoughtan in the corp. of Eliz. 
City. Yeoman. For the terme of his life 
and the revertion to his son, John, after 
his decease. At the mouth of Salford 
Cr. which parts it from land of Miles 
Prickett, Westerly by land of his father, 
Robert Salford, Claimed in right of his 
deceased wife, Joane, an ancient plan- 
ter, for his lifetime through the courtesy 
of England, & to descend to his son by 
the said Joane. 

Sir Francis Wyatt to THOMAS SPIL- 
MAN, 50 acres, Dec. 1, 1624, Page 35. 
Gent. Of Kiccoughtan, Eliz. City. Adj. 
Albano Lupo & Edw. Hill, deed. For his 
personal adv. in the Georg in 1617. 

Sir Francis Wyatt to JOHN SIPSEY, 
250 acres, Sept. 2, 1624, Page 46. 
Yeoman. Of Kiccoughtan, Eliz. City. 
Near Capt. Wm. Tucker & Lt. John 
Cheesman. In right of trans, of: Rich- 
ard Pullipen who came from Newfound- 
land in the Elizabeth in 1621, John 
Locke in the Warwicke in 1621, Robert 
Morgan in the Flying Hart in 1621, 
William Tompson & John Edmonds in 
the Southampton in 1622. 

Sir Georg Yeardly to JOHN SOUTH- 
ERNE, 24 acres, Nov. 1, 1627, Page 55. 
Gent. In the island of James City near 
John Johnson, Mary Holland & Thomas 
Passmore. Part of his first devident. 
Trans, of: William Soane in the Georg 
in 1621. 



Francis West to HANNAH SAV- 
ADGE, 50 acres, Dec. 12, 1627, Page 
57. 

Wife of Thomas Savadge, gent. Within 
the plantation of Accomack, near Cle- 
ment Dilke. For her personal adv. in 
the Sea Flower in 1621. 

John Pott to ROBERT SWEETE, 150 
acres, March 14, 1628, Page 70. 
Gent, of Eliz. City. His first devident. 
Adj. land formerly granted Robert Hut- 
chins. Trans, of: Robert Sweete in the 
Neptune, in 1618, John Rutherford in 
the Warwick in 1621, William Weaner 
in the John & Francis in 1623. 

Sir Georg Yeardly to JONAS STOCK- 
DEN, 50 acres, Sept. 8, 1627, Page 79. 
Minister. Eliz. City on the E. side of 
Southampton River near land of Thomas 
Flint. 10 year lease. 

Sir John Harvey to ROBERT SAUN- 
DERS, 300 acres, June 18, 1632. Page 
106. 

Accomack County, called the Indian 
field. His first devident. 

John Pott to ROGER SAUNDERS, 
50 acres, March 14, 1628, Page 98. 
Marriner. Accomack Co. Adj. of Capt. 
Henry Fleete. 10 yr. Lease. 

Sir John Harvey to JOHN SMITH, 
150 acres, Aug. 26, 1633, Page 126. 
Ancient Planter. Warwicksqueeke Co. 
upon the southern shore over against 
Maries Mount near mouth of Nanse- 
mond River. For his personal adv. in 
the ship Starr at the first coming of Sir 
Thos. Dale & trans, of Reginald Griffin 
in the Bona Nova in 1621. 

Sir John Harvey to THOMAS 
SMITH, ROGER RACE, WALTER 
FLOYD & SYLVESTER TATNAM. 
400 acres, April 24, 1632, Page 130. 
In Martins Hundred and Skiffes Creek. 
21 year lease. 

Sir John Harvey to THOMAS SAV- 
ADGE, 100 acres, March 14, 1632, Page 
137. 
Carpenter. Accomack County, on old 



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Plantation Creek, adj. Roger Saunders. 
21 year lease. 

Sir John Harvey to DANIEL SHER- 
LEY, 50 acres, April 12, 1633, Page 
143. 

Planter. Chas. City Co., adj. Wm. 
Dawkes. 21 year lease. 

Sir Francis Wyatt to RICHARD 
TREE, 50 acres, Aug. 14, 1624, Page 19. 
Carpenter, of James City, who came to 
this country with Abraham Percye, Cape 
Merchant, in the George, as a free man. 
Adj. Edw. Grindall & Richard Craven. 

Sir Francis Wyatt to MAURICE 
TOMPSON, 150 acres, August 24, 1624, 
Page 20. 

Gent., a new planter, who first having 
trans, himself out of England has re- 
mained 4 years in this country. Bet. 
Newport News & Blunt Point. Trans, 
of: Georg Tompson & John Bembridge. 

Sir Francis Wyatt to JOHN TAY- 
LOR, 50 acres, Sept. 20, 1624, Page 26. 
Yeoman & an ancient planter. In the 
parish of Kiccoughtan in Eliz. City., adj. 
John Powell & Francis Michaell. 

NOTE: Page 23. 
This patent resigned in court Nov. 28, 
1633 & his whole devident granted to 
him & 50 acres more is granted for his 
wife, Rebecca Ravening, who came in 
the Bonny Besse about 1623. 

Sir John Harvey to CAPT. WM. 
TUCKER, 100 acres, June 5, 1633. 
One of the Counsel of State. Within 
the precincts of Elizabeth City, at the 
mouth Broad Cr., which parts it from 
land of Henry Southerne & towards 
Thos. Watts. Trans, of: Richard Heale 
& Wm. Elberry, who came in the Elia- 
nor in 1622. 

NOTE: 
Transferred to Launcelott Barnes, Feb. 6, 
1632. Witnesses: John Utye and Fran- 
cis Bolton. 

Capt. John West to CAPT. WIL- 
LIAM TUCKER, 200 acres, July 14, 
1635, Page 231. 
On the N. side of the westermost branch 



of Elizabeth River. Trans, of 4 persons. 
(Names not given.) 

Sir John Harvey to JOHN TYAS, 50 
acres, May 30, 1633, Page 150. 
E. side of Chickahominy River abuting 
a creek parting it from the land of 
Bridges Freeman. 21 yr. lease. 

Sir John Harvey to ADAM THORO- 
GOOD, 200 acres, March 21, 1634, 
Page 160. 

Confirmation of land purchased from 
Capt. Stephens, 200 acres, binding W. 
upon the back river, N. upon John 
Robinson, E. upon Thos. Boulding & 
his own land, S. upon Wm. Capps. 

Same to Same, 200 acres, March 21, 
1634, Page 161. 

S. upon back river, W. upon little Otter- 
dam Cr., E. upon Thos. Thornbury. Due 
as an adventurer into the colony. 

Capt. John West to CAPT. ADAM 
THOROGOOD, 5350 acres, p. 178, 
June 24, 1635. 

N. upon Chesepeak Bay. Trans, of him- 
self, wife Sarah, and Thos. Thorough- 
good, Francis Newton, James Leading, 
Stephen Bernard, Jon. Newarke, Ed- 
ward Pitts, Rich. Jenerie, Wm. Edwards, 
Dennis Russell, Jon. Barnards, Jon. 
Waters, Jon. Leake, Thomas Johnson, 
Jon. Bradston, Richard Jego, Thomas 
Brooks, Jon. Moyse, John Penton, Ed- 
ward Parish, Thomas Melton, Augustine 
Warner, Tho. Chandler, Andrew Chant, 
John Percie, Edmund Wallis, Thomas 
Boulton, Robert Heasell, Richard John- 
son, Margaret Bilbie, Jane Prosser, Jane 
Westerfield, Ann Spark, Susan Colson, 
in the Hopewell in 1628, John Harris, 
John Lock, Andrew Boyer, Thomas 
Boyer, in the True Love in 1628, Tho- 
mas Keeling, Rachell Lane, in the Hope- 
well in 1628, William Hines, Edward 
Reynolds, Wm. Hookes, Edward Pal- 
mer, Edward Jones, John Dyer, in the 
french ship in 1629, Victo Fraford, 
Casander Underwood, Mercifull Halley, 
Ann Long, Dorothy Wheeler, Ann 
Allerson, in the Africa, Eliz. Gosmore 
in the Christopher & Mary, Francis 
Bramly in the Ark, John Writt, Wm. 



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Fawne, Wm. Was, Georg Mee, Gilbert 
Gye, John Enies, James Wilsonn, 
Daniell Hutton, Wm. Gastrock, Wm. 
Speed, Jon. Reynolds, in the Hopewell 
in 1633, Jon. Wakefeild, James Belly, 
Patrick Blacock, Stephen Susaine, John 
Cowes, Ann Boulton, in the Bona Ad- 
venture in 1634, Wm. Fletcher, Robert 
Westwell in the Merchants Hope in 
1634, Robert Spring in the Jon. & 
Dorothy, Adam Thoroughgood, Edward 
Windam, Cob. Howell, Tho. Creaser, 
Henry Hill, Roger Ward, Jon. Withers, 
Wm. Holton, Wm. Kempe, Humphrey 
Heyward, Jon Alporte, Symond Stan- 
feild, Robt. Gainnie, Thomas Smith, 
George Whitehead, Henry Franklin, Jon. 
Hill, Joseph Sedgwick, Arthur Eggles- 
ton, Richard Poole, Jon. Holton, Stephen 
Withers, Christ. Newgent, Jon. Brew- 
ton, Thomas Atmore, Mary Hill, Henry 
Wood in the Jon & Dorothy in 1634, 
Wm. Burroughs, Ann Burroughs, Ann 
Whitethorne, Eliza. Creaser, Eliza Cur- 
tisse, Mary Hill, Jr., Wm. Atkins. 

Sir John Harvey to FRANCIS 
TOWERS, 200 acres, April 21, 1635, 
Page 165. 

About a mile up the western branch of 
Elizabeth River. 

Capt. John West to FRANCIS 
TOWERS, 200 acres, July 16, 1636, 
Page 394. 
Confirmation of the above patent. 

Capt. John West to MARTHA TOM- 
LYN, 250 acres, July 14, 1635, Page 
234. 

Widow. On a creek on the S. E. side 
of Nansemond River, adj. John Arnice. 
Trans, of 5 persons. (Names not given.) 

Capt. John West to SILVESTER 
TOTNAM, 100 acres, July 21, 1635, 
Page 257. 

James City Co., in Martin Hundred, adj. 
Thos. Smith. Trans, of: Richard As- 
cough and Hen. Cooper. 

Capt. John West to JOHN TRUS- 
SELL, 200 acres, Oct. 12, 1635, Page 
289. 
Near the back river, N. upon John 



Grew, S. W. from Otterdam Creek. 
Trans, of 4 persons. (Names not given.) 

Capt. John West to GEORGE 
TRAVELLER, 500 acres, June 18, 1636, 
Page 364. 

Accomack, S. upon old plantation creek, 
N. W. upon land of John Jenkins. For 
the personal adv. of himself & wife, 
Alice Jones, Wm. Drew, John Ursly, 
Jon. Mitchell, Winifrid Longrave, Wm. 
Sprason, John Essex. 

Capt. John West to EDWARD TON- 
STALL, 450 acres, Nov. 21, 1636, Page 
397. 

Henrico Co., on Appomattox River, N. 
upon Henry Miller. 150 acres due for 
his personal adv. & 300 acres in right of 
his now wife Martha, due from her for- 
mer husband Nicholas Greenhill who 
trans. 5 persons: Jon. Gill, Richard 
Clayton, Robert Rowden, James Barker, 
Tho. Thurston, James Morris, Joane 
Huggeson. 

Sir John Harvey to EDWARD TUN- 
STALL, August 16, 1637, Page 455. 
Confirmation of the above patent. 
(The name of Tho. Thurston is given 
as Thorneton & Joane Higgeson.) 

Sir John Harvey to WILLIAM 
TUCKER, MAURICE TOMPSON, 
GEORGE TOMPSON, WILLIAM 
HARRIS, THOMAS DEACON, JAMES 
STONE, CORNELIUS LOYD, of Lon- 
don, Merchants, & JEREMIAH BLACK- 
MAN, of London, Marriner, & their 
associates, 8000 acres, Page 410, Feb. 9, 
1636. 

Charles City Co. A tract of land com- 
monly called Burckley Hundred, binding 
East upon Capt. Thos. Pawlett. Due by 
deed of sale from the Adventurers & Co. 

Sir John Harvey to ISABEL 
THRESHER, 450 acres, Feb. 16, 1636, 
Page 411. 

Upon the back creek of the new Poquo- 
son River, N. upon Thomas Brice, E. 
upon Thos. Symons. For the adv. of 
herself & husband, Robert Thresher, and: 
Robt. Thresher, Jr., Jon. Billings, Wm. 
Chitwood, Roger Lewis, Abraham Pel- 
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Sir John Harvey to THOMAS TODD, 
250 acres, August 18, 1637. Page 457. 
New Norfolk Co., upon the S. side of 
Eastern branch of Elizabeth River. For 
the personal adv. of himself, Elizabeth, 
his wife, & trans, of: Mary Whitmore, 
William Whitheredge, James Bleese. 

Sir Francis Wyatt to JOHN UTYE, 
100 acres, Nov. 3, 1624, Page 14. 
Gent., of Hogg Island. Situated on the 
other side of the river against James 
City. Trans, of: Wm. Burt & Wm. 
Stocker, in the Bonny Besse in 1623. 

Sir John Harvey to JOHN UTYE, 
JR., 1250 acres, May 12, 1638, Page 
174. 

Son & heir of Capt. John Utye, late of 
Va. Chas. River Co. Due in right of 
his sd. father & for the adv. of 13 per- 
sons. (This patent never passed the 
seale. ) 

Sir John Harvey to Same, 1250 acres, 
July 25, 1638, Page 569. 
Same as above. 

John Utye & Mary, his wife, to 
WILLIAM TAYLOE, Gent., April 8, 
1640, Page 717. 

For valuable considerations all their 
right, title & interest in patents granted 
his father. Witnesses: Nicholas Jur- 
new, Jon. White, Abraham English & 
'Richard Lee. 

Capt. John West to JOHN UPTON, 
1650 acres, July 7, 1635, Page 210. 
Warresquioake Co., about 3 mi. up Pa- 
gan Point Creek. Trans, of: Rich. 
Young, Florence Richards, Roger Bag- 
nol, Ralph Harwood, Thomas Reeves, 
Rich. Spackman, Edward Burr, Savage 
Merrie, Wm. Scott, Rich. Jones, Fr. 
Savage, Owen Howell, Nich. Bushell, 
James Parsons, Jon. Parker, Lewis Phil- 
lipps, Morgan Roberts, Wm. Davis, 
John Fitchett, Morgan Evans, Christo- 
pher Lewis, Phillipp Kennersly, Eliz. 
King, Martha Swann, Mary Johnson, 
Jonas Sadlington, Anth. Tyler, Peter 
Heyes, Rich. Jackson, Wm. Pincher, 
Eliz. Larkin. 



Sir John Harvey to LIEUT. JOHN 
UPTON, Aug. 25, 1637, Page 471. 
Isle of Wight. 
Confirmation of the above patent. 

Same to Same, 850 acres, p. 482, 
Sept. 23, 1637. 

Isle of Wight Co., upon a branch of 
Warwicksquicke River called New 
Towne Haven. Trans, of the headrights 
above mentioned. 

Same to Same, 800 acres, Page 483, 
Sept. 23, 1637. 

Same county, upon Pagan Point Creek. 
Trans, of headrights above mentioned. 

Same to Same, 1500 acres, Nov. 10, 
1638, Page 605. 

Same county, adj. Ambrose Bennett. 
Trans, of 30 persons, 8 of whom are 
mentioned in first patent under this 
name: Tho. Gleed, Andrew Perkins, 
Patrick Vaughan, Richard Baylye, James 
Tallock, John Gillgate, Thos. Willis, 
Edward Glover, Nath. Fairbrother, 
Roger Williams, William Taylor, John 
Shallock, Francis Symons, Robert Sud- 
bury, Francis Trick, Richard Summer, 
Georg Gillin, James Davis, David 
Clarke, John George, Augustine Skid- 
more and Thomas Welch. 

Sir William Berkeley to CAPT. 
JOHN UPTON, 3289 acres, July 10, 
1643, Page 876. 

Same County, upon Pagan Pt. Cr. & 
New Towne Haven, adj. Mr. Sparkes, 
Anthony Jones, Mr. Nevill, Robt. Pitt, 
Anthony Bennett & Mr. Moone. Con- 
firmation of the above patents. 

Same to Same, 700 acres, Oct. 31, 
1643, Page 911. 

Isle of Wight, on Warrasquiake Bay, 
bounded by Hutchinsons Cr. & Butchers 
Island Cr. Trans, of: Richard Bayly, 
William Peirce, Sackford Brewster, 
Moses Carse, Thomas Kirke, Francis 
Bartee, John Newton, Wm. Thomas, 
Tho. Walsh, Eliza Peirce, Jane Heath, 

Lasley, John Sherlacke, John 

Greene. 

Sir John Harvey to GEORGE UN- 
WIN, 250 acres, May 25, 1637. 
James City Co., upon Checkros Cr. 



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Trans, of: Katherine, his wife, Kather- 
ine, and Elizabeth, his daughters, Wil- 
liam Seth and Dorcas Vand. 

Sir John Harvey to JOELL UNION, 
50 acres, Sept. 21, 1638, Page 597. 
In Martins Hundred Parish in James 
City County, adj. land of Thos. Smith. 
Due by deed of gift from Thos. Smith 
for the trans, of John Greenfeild. 

Capt. John West to THOMAS 
VICOUNT, 100 acres, July 14, 1635, 
Page 226. 

Elizabeth City Co., adj. John Moore, 
John Garnett & upon a creek between 
Thomas Bolden & Benj. Simms. Trans. 
of 2 persons. (Names not given.) 

Capt. John West to JOHN VASLER, 
150 acres, Nov. 14, 1635, Page 310. 
Warresquioake Co., near land of Nath. 
Loyd. Trans, of himself, wife Elizabeth 
& William Baker. 

Capt. John West to RICHARD 
VAUSON, 50 acres, Sept. 22, 1636, 
Page 390. 

Charles River Co., upon New Poquoson 
River, adj. Francis Laugher. Due by 
covenant from his master Michael Mar- 
shott. 

Capt. John West to JAMES 
VANERIT, 1000 acres, Oct. 17, 1636, 
Page 396. 

Eliz. City Co., from Sandy Bay along 
Point Comfort Cr. Due by purchase 

from Staff erton, who trans. 

Georg Woodcock, John Wilcocks, Aba. 
Iveson, Hugh Lawson, Hen. Jefferys, 
Jon. Haward, Tho. Martin, Wm. James, 
Hen. Walker, Chr. Ward, Jon. Holmes, 
Geo. Clarke, Wm. Whitetmost, Jon. 
Tingy, John Saunders, Chr. Dawsey, Fr. 
Denmarke, Rowd. Vaughan Rachell 
Adams, Jon. Newman. 

Sir John Harvey to JOHN VAUGH- 
AN, 30 acres, July 20, 1639, Page 670. 
Accomacke Co. near land of Clement 
Dilke, Robt. Browne. 21 yr. lease. 

Sir William Berkeley to ROBERT 
VAUS, 12000 acres, Aug. 10, 1642, 
Page 806. 
Merchant. In Poropotancke Cr. near 



land of Capt. Wormeley. Trans, of 24 
persons. (Names not given.) 

Sir Wm. Berkeley to JOHN VAL- 
LENTINE, 119 acres, Nov. 7, 1642, 
848. 



Isle of Wight Co., lying before the rag- 
ged islands, commonly known as the 
Long pond, adj. land of John Seaward 
& Wm. Eyres. Due by assignment from 
James Arthurs, who trans, himself, 
Christ. Arthurs & Alice Arthurs. 

Same to Same, 50 acres, Nov. 7, 1642, 
Page 849. 

Same location. Due by assignment from 
James Arthurs for the trans, of John 
Dayes. 

Sir Francis Wyatt to EDWARD 
WATERS, 100 acres, Aug. 14, 1624, 
Page 18. 

Gent. Eliz. City Co., about 2 mi. below 
Blunt Point, adj. land of Percivall Ibbi- 
son. Due for trans, of Edw. Bryan, in 
the Bona Nova, 1620, & William Arnall, 
in the Seaflower, 1621. 

Francis West to LIEUT. EDWARD 
WATERS, 100 acres, Oct. 20, 1628, 
Page 93. 

Same county, E. on Thomas' Creek, to- 
wards Buck Roe. 10 year lease. 

Sir George Yeardly to ROBERT 
WRIGHT, 12 acres, Sept. 1, 1627, Page 
54. 

An old planter, of James City. Abut- 
ting on marsh parting same from land 
of Edw. Grindon, part of his first devi- 
dent. 

Francis West to CAPT. THOMAS 
WILLOUGHBY, 50 acres, Nov. 17, 
1628, Page 61. 

Eliz. City Co., upon Salfords cr., adj. 
land of Miles Prickett. His first devi- 
dent. Trans, of Strength Shere, who 
came at the charge of Capt. Wm. Tucker 
in the Ellins in 1621. 

Capt. John West to Same, 300 acres, 
Nov. 19, 1635, Page 311. 
Adjoining East upon his new dwelling 
house. Due for trans, at his own costs 



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of: John Draper, Giles Collins, Thead. 
Loyd, Jon. Scot, Wm. Palmer, Walter 
Howell. 

Same to Same, 300 acres, Page 312. 
Nov. 19, 1635. 

Same county. Between Francis Mason 
& his own land. Trans, of: Jon. 
Pinches, Howell Hayward, Jon. David, 
Weymouth Vensey, Jon. Wood, Rich. 
Jackson. 

Same to Same, 300 acres, Page 312. 
Nov. 19, 1635. 

Same county. Being two or three small 
necks of land. Trans, of: Tymothy 
Barloe, Nich. Fortescue, Jon Farrow, 
Mary Wormewell, Robt. Barkwith, 
Dennis Reeve. 

Francis West to JOHN WEBB, 50 
acres, Dec. 13, 1627, Page 81. 
Marriner. Accomack Co., adj. land of 
Clement Dilke & Georg Medcalfe. 10 
year lease. 

Francis West to CHRISTOPHER 
WINDMILL, 60 acres, Sept. 20, 1628, 
Page 90. 

Planter. Eliz. City Co., bounding upon 
plantation called Indian House Thickett, 
adj. land of Jonas Stockton, deed. 

Same to Same, 50 acres, Nov. 30, 
1628, Page 93. 

Within precincts of Eliz. City, towards 
land of Walter Heley. 10 year lease. 

Sir John Harvey to SETH WARD, 60 
acres, May 30, 1634, Page 148. 
Varina, within the corp. of Henrico. 
Adj. land of Daniel Sherley. 21 year 
lease. 

Sir John Harvey to THOMAS 
WATTS, 50 acres, May 30, 1634, Page 
149. 

Planter. Within corp. of Eliz. City, up- 
on a creek parting same from land of 
Launcelott Barnes, deed. & Owen Daw- 
son. 21 year lease. 

Capt. John West to STEPHEN 
WEBB, 300 acres, June 30, 1635. 
Near the mouth of Chippoakes Creek, 



towards land of Hannibal Fletcher. For 
his personal adv. & trans, of: Roger 
Nichols, Thos. Glorie, Georg Nicholson, 
Richard Child & Daniell Nurserie. 

Capt. John West to SAMUEL WEA- 
VER, 650 acres, July 2, 1635, Page 198. 
E. upon Capt. John West's Creek, adj. 
Sergt. Weyne. Due for trans, of: Wm. 
Rawlins, Tho. Wills, Rich. Lacy, Tho. 
Darby, Rich. Powell, Tho. Wethersby, 
Grace Smith, Tho. Watkins, Jon. Joyce, 
Rich. Possin, Dennis Brotherton, Hen. 
Harris & Wm. Goulding. 

Capt. John West to JOHN WAT- 
SON, 150 acres, July 11, 1635, Page 
225. 

At the New Poquoson, adj. land of 
Christo. Stoakes & Joseph Jolly. For his 
personal adv. & his wife, Elizabeth, & 
trans, of 1 servant. (Name not given.) 

Capt. John West to THOMAS 
WRIGHT, 150 acres, July 14, 1635, 
Page 235. 

In Western branch of Elizabeth River. 
Trans, of 3 pers. (Names not given.) 

Capt. John West to GEORGE 
WHITE 200 acres, June 3, 1635, Page 
240. 

Minister. N. upon Nansemond River, 
W. upon a creek dividing this from land 
of James Knott. Trans, of himself, Wm. 
Moore, John Joyce & Tho. Catchman. 

Capt. John West to CAPT. JOHN 
WOOD, 650 acres, Aug. 26, 1635, Page 
279. 

James City Co., beg. at Sandy Point. 
Due by order of court dated June 5, 
1635. 

Capt. John West to AUGUSTINE 
WARNER, 250 acres, Oct. 12, 1635, 
Page 298. 

Called Pyne Neck, being at the new 
Poquoson, S. upon Samuel Bennett & N. 
upon Mr. Petty. Trans, of 5 pers. 
(Names not given.) 

Capt. John West to CHRISTOPHER 
WOODDARD, 300 acres, Nov. 9, 1635, 
Page 301. 
N. upon Appomattox River, E. upon 



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Mr. Farrar's land, W. upon the winding 
river. For the personal adv.. of himself 
and wife & trans, of: Wm. Thomas, 
Thomas Williams, Richard Burpott, 
Thomas Jones. 

Capt. John West to WILLIAM 
WOOLRITCH, 400 acres, June 17, 
1635, Page 309. 

Eliz. City Co. W. upon Chris. Cal- 
thropp, E. upon Saml. Bennett & Robert 
Thresher, N. upon Phettiplace Clause. 
For trans, of: Joane Woolrich, Humph- 
rye Edwards, Margarett Clement, Mark 
Foster, Robert Reeves, Jon. Hunt, Wm. 
Jening. 

Capt. John West to THOMAS WAR- 
REN, 300 acres, Nov. 20, 1635, Page 
314. 

Charles City Co. Due in right of his 
wife Susan, relict of Robt. Greenleafe, 
an ancient planter in the time of Sir 
Thos. Dale, & for the trans, of: John 
Fowke, Rich. Whitfeild. 

Capt. John West to WM. WILKIN- 
SON, 700 acres, Nov. 20, 1635, Page 
315. 

Minister. Lying in Linhaven, commonly 
called Chisopean river, W. on Thos. 
Keeling & Geo. Downes, opposite Capt. 
Thorogood's plantation. 200 acres by 
assignment from Robert Newberke, Oct. 
3, 1635, for his own personal adv. & 
trans, of: Naomy, his wife, Robt. New- 
berke, Robt. Houghton, Jon. Goodwin, 
Thomas Preston, Edward Pearce, Hugh 
Jones, Martha Deacon, Tho. Craftin, 
Daniel Baker, John Boods and John 
Johnson. 

Capt. John West to THOMAS 
WRAY, 50 acres, May 4, 1636, Page 
341. 

Charles River Co., adj. Humphrey Loyd 
& Gilbert Symons. For his personal adv. 

Capt. John West to ROBERT WEST, 
100 acres, May 4, 1636, Page 342. 
Eliz. City Co. About 2 mi. up the back 
river, adj. John Graves & Adam Thoro- 
good. Trans, of: John Reeves & Symon 
Mondye. 



Sir Francis Wyatt to SIR GEORG 
YEARDLY, 7 acres, Dec. 2, 1624, Page 
3. 

Within the precincts of James City, adj. 
Capt. Roger Smith. (Record gone from 
patent book. This reference from county 
index.) 

Capt. John West to JOHN YATES, 

200 acres, May 4, 1636, Page 340. 

Eliz. City Co. For trans, of: Mary 
Yates, Nicholas Seaburne, John Sea- 
burne, & Richard Wright. 

Same to Same, 200 acres, May 4, 1636, 
Page 340. 

Eliz. City Co. Trans, of: Wm. Wheeler, 
Tho. Leager, Grace West. 

Same to Same, 150 acres, Nov. 24, 
1636, Page 399. 

Same county. Trans, of himself, wife, 
Joane Yates, & Richard Yates. 

Sir John Harvey to JOHN YATES, 
250 acres, June 6, 1637, Page 485. 

New Norfolk Co., upon the Eastern 
branch of Elizabeth River. Trans, of 5 
persons. (Names not given.) 

Same to Same, 100 acres, March 10, 
1638, Page 636. 

Lower Norfolk Co., upon Southern 
branch of Eliz. River. For the personal 
adv. of his son, Richard, & John Morri- 
day. 

Same to Same, 100 acres, March 10, 
1638, Page 636. 

Same location. Personal adv. of him- 
self & wife, Jone Yates. 

Capt. Tohn West to RICHARD 
YOUNG, 350 acres, Nov. 25, 1636, 
Page 400. 

Warwicksquinoke Co., S. W. upon a 
place called the great Indian Feild, adj. 
Thos. Jordan. Trans, of: Henry Sneale, 
Elizabeth Sneale, his wife, John, Doro- 
thy & Mary Sneale. 



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Sir William Berkeley to JOHN 
YATES, 450 acres, Aug. 24, 1643, Page 
892. 

Upper Norfolk Co., North upon New 
Towne Haven river, near land of Rich- 
ard Preston. Due by two former patents. 

Sir John Harvey to LEONARD YEO, 

850 acres, Aug. 9, 1637, Page 444. 
Eliz. City Co., S. E. upon land of George 
Hull & John Laydon. For his personal 
adv. & trans, of: Richard Godley, John 
Moyes, Thos. Chapman, John Cole, 
Nathaniel Martin, Owen Hues, Walter 
Bayne, Rowland Garrett, Nicholas 
Crouch, Thomas Lowell, John Spurway, 
Richard Stephens, John Oldis, John 
Cooper. 

Sir John Harvey to ARGOLL 
YEARDLEY, 3700 acres, Sept. 6, 1638. 
Page 595. 

Accomack Co., upon E. side of Chiso- 
peak Bay, Hungars River & Savages Cr. 
Formerly granted to his father, Sir 
Georg Yeardly. 



Sir Francis Wyatt to ARGOLL 
YEARDLEY, 4000 acres, Oct. 12, 1640, 
Page 759. 

N. side of Charles River, called Tindalls 
Neck. Granted by order of Court at 
James City Oct. 12, 1640, and due in 
right of his father as part of his devi- 
dent for his adv. with the South Hamp- 
ton Hundred Co. 

Sir Francis Wyatt to WILLIAM 
YARRETT, 150 acres, April 3, 1641, 
Page 694. 

Isle of Wight Co., upon Seawards Cr., 
adj. land of Hugh Wynn & John Sea- 
ward. Trans, of: Wm. Yarrett, John 
Snowson, Mary Moody. 

Sir William Berkeley to PHAROE 
YOUNG, 100 acres, Aug. 30, 1643, 
Page 909. 

Northampton County, abutting upon 
Cherrystones, bounded on the E. by a 
cr. which divides this land from Capt. 
John Howe. Due as heir of Richard 
Young to whom this land was granted 
Nov. 27, 1637. 



38 Cavaliers and Pioneers 

The following is an abstract of one- half of 

NORTHERN NECK BOOK "A" 

By Phillip Ludwell. 

Page 1. Mr. John Smith, of Gloucester Co. 1200 acres in Northumberland Co., 
near plantation of John Eustace & John Hart, on Indian Creek. Aug. 
29, 1690. 

Page 2. Capt. George Brent & Col. William Fitzhugh, Gents, both of Stafford Co. 
This land formerly granted to Robert Horsington Octo. 20, 1668, part of 
which he sold during his lifetime to Saml. Sneade. Upon the death of 
Horsington this land descended to his bro., John, at whose death the land 
descended by law to Mary Horsington, his daughter, who died without 
heirs & sd. land escheated to the proprietors, who granted same to the 
above named patentees Sept. 22, 1690. 

Page 4. John Newton, Gent, of Westmoreland Co., & Col. Wm. Fitzhugh, of 
Stafford Co. 2150 acres in Staff. Co. Said land formerly taken up by 
Henry Walker, Samuel Spooner & Edward Bowman and afterwards 
patented in the name of said Walker, who died without heirs. Upon 
inquisition dated Dec. 15, 1688 had & taken by Honble. Isaac Allerton, 
Escheater, etc., the land was found to escheat to the proprietor. Said land 
lying on both sides of the maine run of Yeocomaco Creek near Col. 
Henry Corbin. Aug. 28, 1690. 

Page. 6. Same. 550 acres in Staff. Co., upon the E. side of Quantycock Cr., beg. at 
corner tree of Mr. Richard Boughton & Saml. Spooner, extending E. to a 
branch of Potomac River dividing this land from Thos. Smith. Sept. 
28, 1690. 

Page 9. Same. Same location, near land of Thos. Dios. Granted to Henry Walker, 
Sept. 22, 1665. Aug. 29, 1690. 

Page 11. William Fitzhugh, 200 acres in Stafford Co., which land escheated 

from Clark, daughter & heir of Olliver Baulch, late of sd. county, 

who purchased same of Robt. Howson, who purchased from Andrew 
Pettegree & wife, being part of a devident pattented by Gervise Dodson 
& by him bequeathed to his wife, who afterwards intermarried with afore- 
sd. Pettegree, now in the occupation of Christopher Robinson. Said land 
being upon the S. side of Chotanck Cr. near Lt. Col. Robt. Williamson 
& Christopher Land. Sept. 22, 1690. 

Page 12. Col. Wm. Fitzhugh, 150 acres in Staff. Co. Escheated from Charles An- 
sell, who purchased same from Mr. James Ashton, heir & brother to John 
Ashton & bequeathed by will to sd. John by Col. Peter Ashton, as part of 
a patent of 2,000 acres granted sd. Peter Aug. 20, 1658. Beginning at 
corner tree of land formerly in the possession of the King of Patomack, 
now in the tenure of the orphan of Col. Gerard Fowke. Sept. 23, 1690. 

Page 14. John Spencer, Gent, son of Nicholas Spencer, dec'd., of the Parish of 
Washington in Westmoreland Co. 820 acres in the said county & parish, 
which is a parcel out of the several patents formerly belonging to John 
& Samuel Vaughan, who died without heirs and sd. land escheated. The 
sd. Nicholas Spenser by the consent of Wm. Bridges & Elizabeth, his wife, 
John Quigley & Ellinor, his wife, & all other persons pretending any 
right to the said land by right of heirship or preference, escheated same, 
which land was resurveyed by Alexander Spense & Theodorick Bland, 
Surveyors. Beginning at a branch out of Potomac River dividing this 
from land of Thos. Pope. Dec. 12, 1690. 



Cavaliers and Pioneers 39 

Page 16. Col. William Loyd, of North Farnham Parish, in Rappahannock Co. 300 
acres in Lancaster Co., said land formerly belonging to Thos. Powell, & 
by the last will of Rawleigh Powell, his son, bequeathed to Mrs. Ann 
Dacres, alias Tomlin, for her life & after her decease to sd. Loyd by 
virtue of these presents. Dec. 9, 1690. 

Page 18. Edward Hart, of Westmoreland Co., 800 acs. in sd. county. Said Hart 
intermarried with Margaret, widow of Henry Cossome, of the sd. county, 
who dying without heirs the land escheated. Dec. 12, 1690. 

Page 19. Henry Lucas & Jane, his wife, 310 acs. on the N. side of Rappahannock 
River in North Farnham Parish, near Peacocke Quarter. "Said Lucas by 
nation being a Duchman but naturalized here in Va. as by an instrument 
under the hand of Francis, Lord Howard, and the seal of the Colony, 
dated Apr. 27, 1687." 

Page 21. Jone Loyd, Widow & Admrx. of Lewis Loyd, late of Rappa. Co., Parish 
of North Farnham, 159 acs. in said county & parish. Formerly taken up 
by her husband as by survey under the hand Edwin Connaway, Feb. 6, 
1681, given said Jone by his last will & testament. Beginning at or near 
Roger Williams. Nov. 28, 1690. 

Page 22. Mr. John Taliaferro, 39324 acs - m Rappa. Co., on the N. side of the 

river, near Francis Hailes. Aug. 28, 1690. 
Page 24. Thomas Viccaris, Clerk of Gloucester Co. 126 acs. in Rappa. Co., on the 

N. side of the river, which land was surveyed April 10, 1674 by Major 

George Morris. Opposite to land of John Buckner, near Mr. Mott. Dec. 

12, 1690. 

Page 25. William Bridges, of Westmoreland Co. 700 acs. in said county, formerly 
belonging to John & Samuel Vaughan. Beginning at Pope's Creek which 
divides this land from Thomas Pope. Dec. 16, 1690. 
(This document explains at great length payment of a debt or obligation 
of Nicholas Spencer, who escheated the sd. land, to said Bridges.) 

Page 28. Isaack Allerton, Esqr., of Westmoreland Co., 284 acres in sd. county, 
formerly patented by John Maddyson, Mar. 27, 1659, who dying without 
issue the land escheated. Said land running along Potomac River from the 
easternmost end of Patrick Spence, surveyed by Robert Chamberlain. 
Feb. 12, 1690. 

Page 29. Same. 64 acs. in Westmoreland Co., on the lower Majotick River, ad- 
joining tract surveyed for sd. Allerton by James Gaylard, Nov. 16, 1679- 
Feb. 12, 1690. 

Page 30. Same. 1000 acs. in Stafford Co., upon the head of Aquia Cr. Beg. at a 
pine dividing this from land of Col. Valentine Peyton & Richard Codfind, 
surveyed by Capt. George Brent, Aug. 19, 1680. Feb. 12, 1690. 

Page 33. William Payne, of Westmoreland Co. 40 acs. in sd. county upon Yeco- 
maco & on W. side of Ward's Cr. Surveyed by Robert Brent. Feb. 
16, 1690. 

Page 35. Edwin Thacker & Chickeley Corbin Thacker, his brother, of Middlesex 
Co. 844 acs. in Rappa. Co., on the N. side of Rappa. River, beg. at 
John Butler, Wm. Seargant & Joane Clark. Feb. 19, 1690. 

Page 37. Edwin Thacker, of Middlesex Co., 326 acs. in Rappa. Co., on the N. side 
of Rappa. River. Feb. 19, 1690. 



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Page 39. Thomas Lewis, of Rappa. Co., 477 acs. in sd. county, surveyed by Capt. 
Wm. Moseley, Sept. 29, 1683 for Edward Eustace & William Davis. Beg. 
at a white oak near the line of John Shurlock & Leonard Jones on the 
North bank of Totaskey Cr. "above Maddam Hull's stoare." Feb. 19, 1690. 

Page 41. William Harris & Lewis Markham, of Stafford & Westmoreland Counties. 
1600 acs. in Staff. Co., on Northermost neck beg. at white oak standing 
on the Indian path dividing this land from Nathaniel Barton at the head 
of Niapsco Cr. near Robert King. Feb. 26, 1690. 

Page 43. John Willis & John Parsons, both of Rappa. Co., 154 acs. in sd. county 
adjacent to a tract of land surveyed for Henry Fleete above Foxalls Mill. 
Feb. 27, 1690. 

Page 43. Thomas Kryton, gent., of Westmoreland Co. 600 acres in Stafford Co., on 
the N. E. side of Occkaquan Bay or river, beginning at small cr. opposite 
Dogges Island near land of Wm. Harris, Thomas Baxter & Robt. Colling- 
wood. Formerly patented by John White & John Wornam, July 20, 1670, 
assigned to Thos. Glover, who assigned same to Kryton. Feb. 28, 1690. 

Page 47. John Rowley, of Staff. Co., 200 acres in sd. county in Pasbitanzey forest, 
adj. his own land. Formerly granted Adam Bancks, but it appearing that 
sd. Bancks had any patent for same "whereas it might have been sup- 
posed that Gerrard Bancks, the son of sd. Adam, might hereafter lay 
claim to the said land" he hath by deed conveyed his right by & with 
the consent of his guardian, Richard Martin. Beg. at Dr. Richard Bryant, 
near Richard Rosyer, Francis Hales & sd. Rowley's house. March 4, 1690. 

Page 49. Dr. Richard Bryant & John Rowley, of Staff. Co., 385 acs. in sd. county, 
adj. above land. Mar. 5, 1690. 

Page 31. John & Thomas Collingworth, sons of Thomas, dec'd. late of Westmore- 
land. 200 acs. in sd. county in Copeley Parish, on the S. side of Nomany 
River, beg. at a point of land dividing Armesby Cr. & Alder Branch near 
land of John Rice. Part of same formerly granted to William Loveday, 
who dying without heirs sd. land was escheated by Col. William Peirce, 
of the sd. county, & conveyed same to Thos. Collingworth, who by his 
last will & testament bequeathed to his two sons, to whom it is now 
granted at the request of their mother-in-law Jane Collingworth. May 
23, 1691. 

Page 32. Col. William Pearse, Gent., to Thos. Collingworth, Planter, in considera- 
tion of 6,000 lbs. of tobacco & caske, the above land. Signed, sealed & 
delivered in the presence of: Wm. Bridges & Wm. Lathrope. 

Page 34. John Rice, of Westmoreland Co. 100 acs. in sd. county on S. side of 
Nomany River, beg. at w. o. on the W. side of Armesby Cr. adj. Thos. 
Collingworth. Part of this patent formerly granted to William Loveday, 
Sept. 6, 1651, who dying without heir the same was escheated by Wm. 
Pearce, who conveyed to sd. Rice and is hereby confirmed. May 25, 1691. 

Page 33. Angell Jacobas & Francis Gore, as Executors of John Clark, 384^ acs. in 
Rappa. Co., on the N. side of Rappa. River. Formerly taken up by John 
Clark. Beg. at corner tree of Mr. Thomas Beale by branch side of Mono- 
con Run of Totaskey Cr. May 26, 1691. 

Page 37. Ann Gaylard, widow of James Gayland, Gent., late of Northumberland 
Co., 500 acs. in sd. county. Formerly taken up by Peter Presley, Oct. 27, 
1670, & by him lapsed. At the head of Chickacome River bounding 
Easterly upon Richard Rice, S. on John Robinson, W. on Machotick path 
& N. upon Richard Cox. Aug. 30, 1690. 



Cavaliers and Pioneers 41 

Page 59. Thomas & Edward Lewis, of Rappa. Co. 528 acs. in Rappa. & Northum- 
berland Counties, beg. in the N. line of Thomas Freshwater, by branch 
of Yeocomaco River binding upon land formerly granted to Thomas 
Robinson up the main swamp on land of John Headley, near Robert 
Chamerlaine. June 15, 1691. 

Page 61. Same. Two parcels of land in North Farnham Parish in Rappa. Co. On 
the W. side of the N. branch of Totaskey Cr., containing 101 acres, beg. 
on the W. side of the Ferry road near plantation of Wm. Clayton. The 
230 acs. beg. at patent of Thos. Robinson & Edw. Lewis, W. towards 
Lewis Richards, surveyed by Edwin Connaway. June 16, 1691. 

Page 63. James Orchard, of Rappa. Co., 647 acs. in said county. Beg. in the line 
of Roger Cloathworker, near John Garton. June 17, 1691. 

Page 65. Same. 85^2 acs. in sd. county, beg. at a stake in John Martin's line, along 
Charles Sneade & William West. June 17, 1691. 

Page 61. Same. 297 acs. in Rappa. Co., beg. on the land of Lane, West & Cope- 
land and the widow Stockford, adj. his own land. June 22, 1691. 

Page 69. MEMO. Mr. Morttrum Wright who intermarried with Ruth Morttrum, 
daughter of Mr. Robt. Griggs, of Lancaster Co., desiring to be admitted 
to survey all land lying & adj. to the plantation of Mr. Griggs, which was 
granted Dec. 31, 1688, by Nicholas Spencer, Agent of Lord Culpeper. 

Page 69. John Champion, of Northumberland Co., 176 acs. in sd. county, surveyed 
by George Cooper. Formerly patented by Thomas Byram and by him 
deserted. Situated on the S. side of Great Wiccomaco River, near Thos. 
West & Thos. Williams. June 23, 1691. 

Page 71. Whereas Edward Eustace, formerly of Rappa. Co., by his petition set 
forth that John Deyoung, dec'd. late of sd. county, was an alien born and 
not naturalized died seized of 400 acs. in sd. county and left no heir, 
petitioned for the sd. land, & failing to pay quitrents etc, the same 
escheated to John Overton. Jan. 1, 1683. 

Page 12. John Overton assigns all his right, title & interest in the above tract to 
Thomas Lewis, Feb. 16, 1687/8. Witnesses: Chas. Dickinson, Thomas 
Elmer, James Ellis. 

Page 12. Surveyed for Edward Eustace & William Davis, 477 acs. lying upon 
Totaskey Cr., beg. on the N. side thereof, near John Shurlock & Leonard 
Jones, to a point above Madam Hull's store. Part of patent of John 
Deyoung dated Nov. 3, 1664. Sept. 29, 1683. 

Page 12. MEMO. Letter from Col. Isaac Allerton to Hon. Nicholas Spencer, his 
Majesty's Secty. of State, Feb. 6, 1687. "John Overton hath been to me 
this day concerning the escheat land Edw. Eustace had grant for but 
never paid, etc." 

This day Thos. Lewis hath passed his bill for 2,000 lbs. of tobacco payable 
10th Oct. next ensuing for the composition of land formerly granted 
Edw. Eustace. Feb. 11, 1687. 

Page 12. Statement of Nathaniel Webster concerning the above transaction. 

Page 13. Letter of Col. Allerton to Mr. Whitehead concerning the truth of state- 
ment of Mr. Webster in connection with the above. 

Page 13. George Brent, Gent., of Woodstock, in Staff. Co., 584 acs. in sd. county, 
upon N. side of Little Hunting Cr., beg. near the mouth of the cr. run- 
ning N. E. to the back line of Mr. James Clifton & his own land. July 
7, 1691. 



42 Cavaliers and Pioneers 

Page 75. Capt. George Brent, 700 acs. near the head of Aquia Cr. in Staff. Co., adj. 
Mr. John Gwynn. Surveyed by Robt. Brent. July 6, 1691. 

Page 77. Richard Willis, of Lancaster Co., 92 acs. in sd. county on the N. side of 
Rappa. River about 12 mi. up the river, beg. at corner tree of Mr. 
Michael Griggs, on E. side of Slaughters Cr. which parts same from land 
of Col. John Carter. Surveyed by George Heyle Nov. 7, 1684 for sd. 
Griggs, which land he gives by will to his wife Ann, who afterwards 
intermarried with sd. Willis. Aug. 7, 1691. 

Page 79. Same. 296 acs. in Christ Church Parish in Lancaster Co., beg. at Mr. 
Charles Lee's N. W. line, near Mr. Lawson, John Cox's old field, John 
Cone, Mr. Robt. Sconfield. Formerly taken up & deserted by sd. Scon- 
field & resurveyed for Michael Griggs & which came into possession of 
sd. Willis as the above tract. Aug. 10, 1691. 

Page 81. Certificate of George Heale, Surveyor, for the above tracts. 

Page 82. Robert Middleton, of Westmoreland Co., 1664 acs. on the N. side of 
Rappa. river between Yoacomaco & Nomany Rivers. 1120 acs. part here- 
of patented May 21, 1666, & the residue taken up as waste land. Sur- 
veyed by Robt. Chamberlaine, near Richard Donahaw & George Lamkin. 
Aug. 10, 1691. 

Page 84. Certificate of surveyor regarding the above, attested by William Edwards, 
Clerk of the General Court, April 15, 1689. 

Page 84. Thomas Marson, of Westmoreland Co., 278 acs. in sd. county, formerly 
patented by John Tasker, Oct. 18, 1650, & by him sold to Richard Ken- 
ner who sold to Richard Searles, who sold to Morgan Jones, who sold to 
James Blinco, who sold to sd. Marson Aug. 10, 1678. Beg. at a white 
oak dividing this land from Wm. Spence, extending up Nomany River 
to Floods Cr. dividing same from Peter Duncan. Aug. 12, 1691. 

Page 86. Certificate of Alexander Spence for the above land in Copeley Parish, 
bounding upon land of Wm. Spence, Thos. Tanner & George South. 

Page 87. John Crutcher, of Rappa. Co., on the N. side of Rappa. River, 364 acs. 
bet. Totaskey & Rappa. Cr., beg. at a white oak on a hill in the back line 
of Dr. Chas. Dacres on the upper side of the road that leads from sd. 
Crutcher to Totaskey Ferry, near land of Henry Austin, along Robert 
Syson, along road from the ferry to Francis Goore. Aug. 13, 1691. 

Page 89. Certificate of Edwin Conway who surveyed the above tract Feb. 3, 1681. 

Page 89. Robert Forster of Westmoreland County, 185 acs. in sd. county, in the 
great swamp of Appomatux, N. W. with the land of John Rosyer, Aug. 
14, 1691. 

Page 91. Certificate of William Horton who surveyed the above tract, Nov. 12, 1686. 

Page 91. Richard Bramham, of Rappa. Co., 271 acres in sd. county on the N. W. 
side of Totaskey Cr., about l l / 2 miles from the mouth, by his own land, 
Robt. Syson, Nathaniel Thrift, & Cogwells line. Aug. 19, 1691. 

Page 93. Certificate of Edward Conway who surveyed the above tract, attested by 

R. Beverley, by Wm. Edwards. 
Page 94. James Orchard, of Rappa. Co., 66 J / 2 acs. in sd. county on the N. side of 

Rappa. River, beg. at corner tree of Wm. Sargant & John Bowen, near 

Charles Sneade. Aug. 20, 1691. 
Page 94. Certificate of Willm. Mosley, Surveyor of Rappa. Co., concerning the 

above tract. 



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Page 94. Certificate of Willm. Moseley for 647 acs. for James Orchard on N. side 
of Rappa. River, in sd. county, beg. at Roger Cloathworker & on line of 
John Garton. Jan. 2, 1689. 

Page 94. Certificate of Willm. Mosley for 85^ acres for James Orchard, on N. 
side of sd. river, beg. at John Martin, along line of Chas. Snead & Wm. 
West. Jan. 3, 1689. 

Page 96. Certificate of Edwin Conway for 297 acs. for James Orchard in Rappa. 
Co., binding on land of Lane, West & Coapeland & the widow Stockford, 
beg. at sd. Lane's land, along Orchard's land to West & Copeland, & along 
Lawrence Barker. Nov. 14, 1690. This land was entered in the Proprie- 
tor's office before it was surveyed. 

Page 97. Thomas & Edward Lewis & William Morgan, of Rappa. Co., 321 acs., 
beginning on a pocoson swamp issuing out of the westward branch of 
Totaskey, binding on land of Miles Hughgott, John Shurlock & Thos. 
Freshwater, Aug. 21, 1691. 

Page 98. Certificate of Edwin Conway for the above tract, Feb. 19, 1690. 

Page 98. Same. 360 acs., part in Rappa. & part supposed to be in Northumberland 
Counties, beg. in Rappa. Co. at Thos. Freshwater's corner, Zachariah 
Nicholls line (formerly belonging to Henry Corbin) Aug. 21, 1691. 

Page 100. Certificate of Edwin Conway Mar. 10, 1690, for the above tract. 

Page 101. William Bunbury & John Bunbury, of Staff. Co., 640 acs. in Chotanke 
Parish in sd. county, upon branches of Upper Matchotick Cr., beg. at 
corner tree of Robert Howseing (Howsen) Aug. 27, 1691. 

Page 102. Certificate of Theodorick Bland who surveyed the above tract, Dec. 23, 
1690. 

Page 102. John Gossling, of Staff. Co., 400 acs., beg. a little below Gossling's 
landing upon the N. side of Niapsco Cr. Aug. 28, 1691. 

Page 103. Certificate of Theoderick Bland, who surveyed the above tract Ffcb. 2, 
1690. 

Page 103. William Harris, of Staff. Co., 383 acs. upon Chapawansack Cr. in sd. 
county bet. John Haworth, Mathew Thompson, and in sight of Robt. 
Brent's house. Aug. 29, 1691. 

Page 104. Certificate of Theo. Bland who surveyed the above tract, Mar. 27, 1691. 

Page 105. Nicholas Brent, son of George Brent, of Staff. Co., 1700 acs. in sd. 
county, beg. at a point under a hill by the S. branch of Aquia Cr. where 
the back line of Mr. Richard Cary crosses sd. branch. Formerly granted 
to Nich. Brent by conveyance from Nicholas Spencer, Aug. 20, 1688, 
which land was surveyed by Geo. Brent jointly for his son & Capt. Geo. 
Cooper, Dec. 10, 1681, & sd. Cooper relinquished his right Mar. 2, 
1688. Aug. 31, 1691. 

Page 101 . Certificate of Geo. Brent in re the above. 

Page 101. John Wright, Blacksmith, of Westmoreland Co., 250 acs. in Yoacomaco 
forest near Robert Middleton, N. W. upon land of Geo. Harrisson, S. W. 
upon Wm. Read. Formerly taken by Robt. Chamberlain & by him sold 
to sd. Wright Apr. 19, 1688. Sept. 7, 1691. 

Page 109. Deed from sd. Chamberlain to sd. Wright conveying the above tract. 



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WHEREAS his Majestie King Charles the Seacond of Ever Blessed Memory by his Letters 
patterns under the Broade Seale of England beareing date at Westminster the Eighth day of 
May in the one & twentyeth yeare of his Reigne Anno Domini 1669 his Majestie was Graciously 
pleased to give graunt & confirm unto Henry, then Earl of St. Albons, John Lord Berkeley, Sir 
William Morton, Knight & John Trithewy, Esqr. there heires & assignes all that Intire Tract, 
Territory or parcell of Land lyinge & beinge betweene the two river sof Rapahanack & Potow- 
mack & the course of the sd. rivers & the Bay of Chesapeake as by the sd. graunt, recourse 
being had thereunto will more at Large appeare, And whereas all the rite, & title of in & to 
the said land & premises is by deed enrold & other sufficient conveyance in the law Conveyed 
and made ovr to Thomas Lord Culpeper, Eldest sonn & heire of John late Lor dCulpeper, his 
heires and assifnes for ever, who is thereby become sole owner & proprietor of the sd. land jn 
fee simple, And whereas, his Majestie James the Seacond hath beene graciously pleased by his 
Letters pattents Beareing date at Westminster the twenty seaventh day of Septefber, 1688, and 
in the fourth yeare of his Majesties Reigne to Confirme the sd. graunt for the sd. Tract or 
parcell of land to the sd. Thomas Lord Culpeper, his heires & assignes for ever, as by the sd. 
graunt relation beinge thereunto had will more at Large appeare And the sai dThomas Lord 
Culpeper beinge since Dedeased, all the Right, Title & Interest of in & to the sd Tract of Land 
lawfully desending on the Honorable Katherine Culpeper sole daughter & heire of the sd 
Thomas Late Lord Culpeper & Allexr. Culpeper, Esqr. who cometh in part proprietor by law- 
full conveyance from Thomas late Lord Culpeper & confirmed by the Hon. Katherine Culpeper 
who are thereby now become the true & Lawful proprietor of the said tract or Territory, And 
Whereas the sd proprietors have thought fitt under there hands & seales to Depute one Phillip 
Ludwell, Esqr. wth full & Lawful power & authority to Act in the premises persuant to the 
powers graunted by these sd Majesties as fully & amply to all intents & purposes as they the sd 
proprietors themselves might or could doe if they were personally present. 

NOW KNOW YEE therefore that I the sd PhilHp Ludwell, Esqr. by the power & authority 
to me given & graunted as aforesaid doe heareby under the conditions & preamises hereafter 
mentioned convey, make over and assign unto Mr. John Smith of Glocester County a certain 
tract or parcell of land lying & beinge scittuate in the county of Northumberland conteyning 
twelve hundred acres of land & bounded as followeth (Vizt) 

Beginning at a marked hickory of Mr. Weithers land neere a plantation seated by John 
Eustas where Jno. Hart lived & from thence runninge South twenty degrees Wes t40 Opole to a 
red oake standing on the side of the Indian Cseeke then down the sd creeke crossing the mouth 
of some creeke to the maine Bay then Northerl yup the Bay side to the mouth of Barnards 
Creeke then up the sd Creeke to the head thereof & from thence North West to the Hickory 
first begann. Where this Tract of Land being graunted by the Generall Court & Assembly unto 
Samll. Mathews, Esqr. in the yeares 1657 & 1658 & in the vear 1682 being sould & conveyed by 
Capt. John Mathewes, deceased, unto the sd Mr. John Smith. Together with all Woods, waters, 
timber & other trees wth all proffitts commodityes, emoluments & heraditaments whatsoever to the 
sd land belonging or ! in any wise apperteyninge wth all rites & priviledges of hunting, hawking, 
fishing & fowling wth all Mines & Mineralls on the sd land exceptinv one fifth part of all 
Gold Mines or gold oare & one tenth part of all silver Mines or silver oare arrisinge or that 
shall hereafter be found on the sd land reserved by his Majestie. And alsoe excepted & re- 
served to & for the use of the Proprietors there heires & assignes one fourth part of all Gold 
Mines or Gold Oare & one fifth part of al lsilver mines or silver oare as aforesaid besides what 
his Majestie hath excepted & reserved. Together wth one third part of all tinn, copper, iron, 
lead, cole mines or oare that shall be found as aforesaid. To have, hold and peaceably to 
possess, occupie & enjoy all & singular the before recited premises & all & singular the rites, 
members & appurtinances thereto belonging to him the sd John Smith his heires & assignes for 
ever. YEILDING & PAYING yearely to the said proprietors there heires & assignes tor ever 
the sum of two Shillings Sterling money for every hundred acres hereby graunted, the which 
payment is to be made from yeare to yeare & every yeare at or upon the feast day of St. 
Michael the Arch Angel, or after upon att demand either in Money Sterling as above sd or in 
good Spanish money after the rate of five shillings for a peece of Eight, or in case money can- 
not be had in as good tobacco as any is or shall be made upon the said land with caske, after 
the rate the quitrents now are or shall hereafter be paid in the other parts of Virginia as alsoe 
well & truly paying after the rate of five shillings as a fine for every hundred acres for all 
quantityes of land that shall be taken up above one hundred acres to six hundred acres, and for 
all quantyties above six hundred acres after the rate of tenn shillings for every hundred, the 
which said money is to be paid within six months after the signing, sealeing & delivering the 
conveyance for the same, either in money Sterling, Spanish money after the rate of five shillings 
for a peece of Eight or in good Tobacco after the rate of Six shillings per hundred. Always 
provided that it the quittrents above mentioned of two shillings per hundred aires or the fines 
for lands hereby graunted shall be either omitted or refused to be paid by or for the space of 
two yhole yeares at any tyme that then it shall & may be lawfull for the proprietors their 
heires or assignes to reenter and take possession of the said lands with out the hinderance or 
molestation of any person or persons soe neglecting or refusing to pay the sd quittrents or fines 
as abovesaid And Lastly it is provided that it shall & may bee Lawfull for the proprietors there 
heires or assignes at any tyme to admeasure the land hereby graunted thereby the true contents 
thereof may be known. All which dues being well & truly paid & all other clauses & provisoes 
herein mentioned & performed he the sd Mr. John Smith shall & may by force & virtue of 
these presents frol tyme to tyme & at all tymes forever hereafter lawfully, peaceably & quietly 
hold, use, occupie, enjoy & possess the sd land & othr the above bargained premises wth the 
appurtenances unto the only proper use & behoofe of the sd Mr. Jno. Smith his heires & assignes 
forever without any lawfull lett, suite troble or disturbance of or from them the sd proprietors 
there heires or assignes or either of them by there of either of there meanes, consent or procure- 
ment. IN WITNESS whereof I the under written Phillip Ludwell, Esqr. in the names & on 
behalfe of the sd. proprietors by virtue of a generall power & procuration of the sd proprietors 
to me graunted to the effect aforesaid have heareunto sett my hand & the usuall seale appointed 
by the proprietors to this purpose this 29th day of August, 1690. 

Phill. Ludwell. 



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INDEX 



Abberlyn, Richard Lucas 

Abbeys, Wm Freeman 

Abbott, James Fookes 

Nicholas Julian 

Aboge, Richard Osborne 

Abrall, John Freeman 

Abram, John Menefie 

Acone, Thomas Ireland 

Adams, Andrew Fowler 

Eliza Peirce 

Rachell Vanerit 

Addams, Geo Epes 

Tho Neale 

Addison, Thos Gookins 

Adkins, Christ Peirce 

Adkins, Thos Neale 

Aldridge, Fra Freeman 

Allen, Chas Allen 

Allen, Hugh p. 2 

John Rookins 

Thos p. 2 

Allerson, Ann Thorogood 

Allin, Wm Peirce 

Allington, Giles p. 1 

Allison, Wm Denwood 

Allport, Ann Neale 

Allporte, Jon Thorogood 

Almond, Samuel p. 2 

Ames, Edward Epes 

Anderson, Garrett Kirke 

Andrews, Susanna p. 1 

Thos p. 2. 

Andrews, Wm p. 2. 

Andrewes, Wm Queyning 

Annis, Robt Edmunds 

Appleton, Rich Menefie 

Aram, Jon Jones 

Archer, Geo Epes 

Arguse, Rich Osborne 

Armestead, Ann p. 1 

Wm p. 1 

Arnice, John p. 1 

Marie p. 1 

Wm p. 1 

Arnold, Willm Fludd 

Arthurs, Alice Valentine 

Christ Valentine 

James Valentine 

Arrye, Daniel Grayne 

Arundel, John p. 1-19 

Peter p. 1 

Asheley, Peter Robins 

Ashton, Thos Osborne 



Ashton Walter p. 2 

Warbowe p. 2 

Ashfeild, James Ranshaw 

Asley, Jon Russell 

Atkins, Sylvester Epes 

Wm Thorogood 

Atkinson, Mathew p. 2 

Thos., Jr p. 2 

Atmore, Thos Thorogood 

Attaway, Wm Edloe 

Atwood, Ann Bennett 

Auerine, Jon Fludd 

Austin, Rich Jones 

Auston, Wm Osborne 

Averie, Jacob p. 1 

Avery, Jacob Pott 

B 

Babbington, Michael Butler 

Bad worth, James Osborne 

Bagnol, Roger Upton 

Baker, Daniel Wilkinson 

Ellis Freeman 

Jon Menefie-Epes 

Martin Allen 

Richard Oliver 

Wm Vasler-Farrar 

Bainham, John p. 2 

John, Jr p. 2 

Baldwin, John Radish 

Wm Gany 

Ball, Richard Poole 

Banckes, Jon Gray 

Banks, Ann Reynolds 

Richard Armestead 

Banen, Rich Moone 

Banton, Tho Parrott 

Barber, Georg Oliver 

Robt Freeman 

Wm Felgate 

Bard, Robt Moone 

Bargrave, Robt Queyning 

Barker, Christo Kirke 

Geo Peirce 

James Tonstall 

Barker, John Epes-Nusam 

Wm Queyning 

Barkwith, Wm Willoughby 

Barloe, Tymothy Willoughby 

Barnards, Jon Thorogood 

Barne, Barbary Maulden 

Barnett, Francis Frye 

Barnes, Launcelott p. 3 

Barrington, Robt p. 3 



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Bartee, Francis Upton 

Bartin, Tho Osborne 

Barton, Robt Floyd 

Barton, Wm Edloe 

Batt, Michael Kingsmell 

Bateman, Thos Osborne 

' Baxter, Jane Rookins 

Bayant, John Peirce 

Baylye, Henry Kennede 

Bayly, Lewis Pace 

Mary Marshall 

Phillip Newman 

Peter Bennett 

Richard Upton 

Baylye, Rich Upton 

Thos Osborne 

Bayne, Walter Yeo 

Bean, Robt Allen 

Beard, Wm Freeman 

Jon Osborne 

Beaton, Thos Oliver 

Beckweth, Jarrett Fletcher 

Beesely, Peter Place 

Bell, Geo Fludd 

Bellowes, Thos Pilkington 

Belly, James Thorogood 

Bembrick, Jane Nosworthy 

Bembridge, John Tompson 

Bennett, Gilbert Neale 

John Almond-Mansell 

Richard p. 1-3-17 

Saml Barnes 

Robt p. 1-3 

Bentley, Hen Grayne 

Wm p. 1-2 

Benton, Thos Durrant 

Bernard, Stephen Thorogood 

Berry, Wm Julian 

Berrye, Nicholas Ranshaw 

Best, Wm Neale 

Bethone, Jon Edloe 

Bilbie, Margaret Thorogood 

Billan, Mary Edloe 

Billings, John Thresher 

Bing, John Freeman 

Birchett, Richard Bouldin 

Bird, Wm Meriman 

Bisley, Franc Knott 

Blackly, Eliz Normanton 

Blackman, Jeremiah p. 32 

Blacock, Patrick Thorogood 

Blake, Walter Knott 

Blamter, Tho Flint 

Blanch, Roger Gookins 

Bleese, James Todd 

Bodin, John Parrott 

Boloe, Leon Osborne 



Bonall, James p. 1-3-14 

Boods, John Wilkinson 

Boorne, John Jolly 

Boote, Geo Edloe 

Boram, John Dawson 

Bordman, John Rogers 

Borke, Tobie Jones 

Bosaker, Edw Gater 

Boughton, Thos Oliver 

Bouldin, Mary p. 2 

Thos p. 2-3 

Boulding, Thos Moore 

Boulton, Ann Thorogood 

Thos Thorogood 

Bowen, Saml Neale 

Philip Neale 

Bowles, Geo Neale 

Box, Anth Epes 

Benj Gookins 

Thos., Jr Gookin 

Boy, Tho Moone 

Boyer, Andrew Thorogood 

Thos Thorogood 

Wm Ranshaw 

Boyle, Christo Grinett 

Bradford, John Hint 

Bradley, Dorothy Fludd 

Bradston, Jon Thorogood 

Bradwell, John p. 29 

Bramly, Francis Thorogood 

Bramston, Thos Fludd 

Branch, Antho Newman 

Branch, Christo p. 3 

Brewer, John Butler 

Marie Butler 

Brewster, Sackford Upton 

Brewton, John Thorogood 

Brice, Thos Thresher 

Bridge, Jon Freeman 

Brignell, Henry Newman 

Brinckley, Michael Jones 

Brittaine, Robt Peirce 

Bryan, Robt Knott 

Broad, Tho Knott 

Broade, Humphrey Eyres 

Broadway, John Norton 

Broadwell, John Oliver 

Brocas, Wm 

Brock, Wm Osborne 

Bromely, Daniel Queyning 

Brooke, Wm Allington 

Brookes, Cuthbert Cheeseman 

Geo Queyning 

Thos Thorogood 

Brotherton, Dennis Weaver 

Hen Flint 

Brotherston, Hester Dansey 



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Brough, Thos Knott 

Browning, Jon Peirce 

Browne, Eliza Gany-Fludd 

Henry Fludd 

Humph Maudlen 

John Dansey 

Jos Normanton 

Nicholas p. 21 

Robt p. 3-12 

Thos Gookins 

Wm Minter 

Browning, John p. 26 

Brownridge, Math Farrar 

Bruse, Rich Fludd 

Buck, Peter Jackson 

Buckland, Jon Gookins 

Bucktrell, Rich Peirce 

Buckmaster, John Passmore 

Buckworth, John Fludd 

Bue, Robt Baker 

Bugbye, Jon Menefie 

Bulmer, Thos Rogers 

Bulmur, Thos Rogers 

Bullock, Geo Mansell 

Hugh p. 3 

Bumpass, Richard Osborne 

Burbage, Thos Knight 

Burcher, Ann p. 4 

George p. 4 

Burford, Georg Norton 

Burden, James Frye 

John Gookin 

Edw Gookins 

Burford, Wm Osborne 

Burland, John RatclifTe 

Burpott, Rich (Wooddard) 

Burr, Edw Upton 

Burrowes, Anthony (Leyden) 

Burston, Christo (Gater) 

Burt, Wm (Utye) 

Burden, Thos (Edloe) 

Burthen, Rich (Peirce) 

Burroughs, Ann (Thorogood) 

Wm (Thorogood) 

Busby, Ann (R. Bennett) 

Bush, Elizabeth p. 2 

Mary p. 2 

John p. 2 

Thos (Ewen) 

Bushell, Nich (Upton) 

Bushopp, Jon (Gray) 

Busson, Geo (R. Bennett) 

Bussy, Eliz (R. Bennett) 

Butler, John Gookin 

Marie p. 4 

Thos p. 4 

Butross, Rich (Flint) 



Butterum, John Reynolds 

Buxton, John Edloe 

Byram, Nicholas Edghill 

C 

Cage, Edw Christmas 

Caine, Abraham H. Allen 

Calthropp, Christo (Wm. Cox) 

Camell, Edmund (Kennede) 

Campion, Percivall (Atkinson) 

Capp, Wm Gundry 

Capps, Wm Clayborne 

Carroll, Benj Martin 

Carpenter, Robt Gookin 

Walter Gookin 

Carse, Moses Upton 

Carter, Erasmus p. 5 

Francis English 

Henry Epes 

John Peirce 

Phillis p. 5 

Rich Floyd 

Caseley, Henry Gookins 

Castons, Robt Edloe 

Catchman, Thos White 

Caudell, Phillip Kennede 

Causey, Nathaniel Ashton 

Thos p. 5 

Causby, Thos Peirce 

Chamberlain, Leon Frye 

Chambers, Rowland p. 5 

Chamell, John Osborne 

Champins, Francis Rogers 

Champion, John Cugley 

Chandler, John Arundell 

Thos Thorogood 

Chant, Andrew Thorogood 

Chapman, Barbary Moore 

Chapman, Francis Pace 

Phill Gookins 

Thos Yeo 

Chappell, Robt Nance 

Charlton, Dennis Roper 

Henry Roper 

Chelmedge, Wm T. Flint 

Cheeseman, John p. 4 

Chew, John p. 4 

Cheyney, Benj RatclifTe 

Child, Richard Webb 

Childs, Richard Almond 

Thos Kingsmell 

Chitwood, Wm Thresher 

Christmas, Dictoris p. 4 

Chute, Tho Lennon 

Clarke, David Upton 

Geo Vanerit 

Parrott 



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Clarke, Nathaniel Jolly 

Nichol Gany 

Richard Menefie 

Thos Kemp 

Wm p. 5 

Wm Gookins 

Wm Jolly 

Clary, Thos King 

Clause, Phettiplace p. 4 

Clay, John p. 5 

Clayborne, Edw Julian 

Wm p. 4 

Clayton, Richard .Tonstall 

Clements, Elizabeth p. 5 

Ezekiel p. 5 

Jeremiah p. 5 

Margaret Woolritch 

Nicholas p. 5 

Richard Armestead 

ClifTe, Nich Grayne 

Cloyes, Jon Moone 

Cocke, Lewis Prior 

Cockshott, Edw Peirce 

Cole, John Fludd-Yeo 

Jones-Kemp 

Thos Carter 

Wm Mountney 

Freeman-Gany 

Coles, Richard Fowler 

Coleman, Henry p. 5 

Robert Farrar 

Collins, Giles Willoughby 

John Gany 

Thos Gany 

Colly, Tho Fookes 

Collybant, Sarah Queyning 

Colson, Susan Thorogood 

Combey, Ann Dennett 

Compoore, Ralph Bennett 

Connaway, Jon Fludd 

Coney, Henry p. 5 

Conner, Wm p. 5 

Cooke, Ann Prior 

Alice King 

George Davis 

Jon Fludd 

Miles Almond 

Robt Nosworthy 

Thos Freeland-Kemp 

Wm Parker 

Cooksey, Wm p. 5 

Cooper, John Gainye-Fludd 

Minter-Yeo 

Copeland, Hen Flint 

Cordwell, Ann Oliver 

Corney, Wm Gookins 

Costerdine, Franc Clarke 



Cottington, Geo Roper 

Cottle, Thos Parrott 

Cowes, John Thorogood 

Cox, Elizabeth p. 4 Edloe 

Jon Floyd-Gookins 

Wm p. 4 Edloe-Floyd 

Cugley, Daniel p. 5 

John Osborne 

Cullumbine, Rich Bennett 

Cunningham, Wm Edmund 

Cupperwaite, Thos Keth 

Curtis, Jon Neale-Gookins 

Thos Gookins 

Curtisse, Eliz Thorogood 

Cradock, Robt Osborne 

Craftin, Thos Wilkinson 

Craven, Richard Tree 

Crawford, Ann Knott 

Crawshaw, Rawleigh p. 4 

Creaser, Eliza Thorogood 

Thos Thorogood 

Crewe, Rebecca Johnson 

Randolph Knight 

Cripps, Zachariah p. 4 

Crocker, Pascall Cugley 

Croft, Hen Edloe 

Jon Queyning 

Croney, Wm LaGuard 

Cropp, Thos Epes 

Crooke, Wm Julian 

D 

Dale , Elizabeth DelaMajor 

Jon Grayne 

Dane, Yorath Armestead 

Daniell, Edw Neale 

Daniel, Elizabeth p. 6 

Henry p. 6 

Daniell, Henry Kingsmell 

Dansey, Alice p. 7 

John p. 7 

Dansye, John, Jr p. 7 

Darby, Thos Weaver 

Davis, David Kingsmell 

Dorothy Roberts 

James p. 6 — Upton 

Joane Rogers 

John p. 6 — Lawson 

Rachel p. 6 

Rice T. Butler 

Richard Arnice 

Robt Nosworthy 

Thos p. 6 — Mountney 

Wm Robins-Upton 

Dawkes, Henry p. 6 

Wm p. 6 

Dawsey, Chr Vanerit 



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Dawson, Jonathan Martin 

Owen Watts 

Thos Peirce 

Wm p. 7 — Farrar 

Dayes, John Valentine 

Deacon, Martha Wilkinson 

Thos Fookes 

Deane, John Dansey 

Joseph Spencer 

Nath Queyning 

Rich Russell 

Wm Edloe 

Delahay, Gringall Greete 

Sarah Greete 

DelaMajor, Thos p. 6 

Delaware, Esau Gookins 

Delke, Alice Peirce 

Roger Reynolds 

Delpenby, Rich Perry 

Denham, Wm p. 6 

Denmarke, Fr Vanerit 

Denn, Christ Floyd 

Dennett, John p. 6 

Dennis, John Cugley 

Denwood, Lewin p. 7 

Derry, Robt Keth 

Deverell, Geo Flint 

Dewe, Thos Johnson 

Dickenson, Jeremiah p. 7 

Peter Cheeseman 

Dilke, Clement p. 6 

Elizabeth p. 6 

Dimock, Martin Farrar 

Dixon, Adam p. 6 

Ann p. 6 

Christo Forbush 

Elizabeth p. 6 

Doe, John Menefie-Bennett 

Dodson, Benj Peirce 

Dolbie, John Kirke 

Doobees, Jon Grayne 

Downes, Eustace Farrar 

Fr Grayne 

Geo Neale 

Downham. John Lupo 

Drake, Elizabeth p. 7 

Joane p. 7 

Robert p. 7 

Draper, John Willoughby 

Robt Bainham 

Drawter, Ann Peirce 

Draywood, Thos Osborne 

Drew, Wm Traveller 

Dryhurst, Thos Cripps 

Dunthorne, Elizabeth p. 5 

Thos p. 5 



Dunston, Cicely p. 7 

John p. 7 

Durand, Wm R. Bennett 

Durant, Wm Newman 

Durrant, Richard p. 6 

Dyer, Ann Neale 

John Thorogood 

Dyner, Thos Cugley 

Dyos, Thos Ireland 

E 

Eagle, Geo Peirce 

East, Clement p. 9 

Wm Fludd 

Eaton, Thos p. 7 

Peter Rogers 

Edge, Thos Graves 

Edghill, Thos p. 9 

Edloe, Alice p. 8 

Mathew p. 8 

Edmonds, Ann Oliver 

John Sipsey 

Howell Farrar 

Edmunds, Samuel p. 8 

Edwards, Andrew Nosworthy 

Christo Oliver 

Humphrey Woolritch 

Thos Oliver 

Wm Peirce-Thorogood 

Eggleston, Arthur Thorogood 

Elkton, Wm Freeman 

Ellam, Robt Osborne 

Ellis, Edw Martin 

Jon Menefie 

Thos p. 9 

Ellison, Jonath Epes 

Elsworth, Ann Gookins 

Anth Gookins 

Emmerton, Ann Minter 

Empson, Wm Eyres 

English, Abraham p. 9 

England, Humphrey p. 8 

Humphrey, Jr p. 8 

John p. 8 

Mary p. 8 

Enies, John Thorogood 

Epes, Francis p. 8 

Francis, Jr p. 8 

John p. 8 

Thos p. 8 

Wm p. 7-Andrewes 

Esquire, John Ashton 

Essex, John Traveller 

Eustis, Jam Peirce 

Evans, Edw Almond 



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Evans, John Gany-Ravenett 

Jonas Mansell 

Morgan Upton 

Rich Peppett 

Ewen, Nicholas p. 9 

Rich p. 9 

Exton, Wm Russell 

Eyres, Wm 7-8 

F 

Fair ebr other, Nath Upton 

Falconer, Rich Grayne 

Farrar, Wm p. 11 

Farrow, Jon Willoughby 

Fawder, Geo Clarke 

Fawdon, Geo Butler 

Fawne, Wm Thorogood 

Fearebrace, Roger Gany 

Feild, Geo Gookins 

Felgate, Robt p. 9 

Toby p. 9 

John p. 10 

Erasmus p. 9 

Fenton, Henry Kemp 

Ferreby, Thos Knott 

Fewson, Edw Farrar 

Finch, John Osborne 

Francis Fludd 

Fisher, Bridgett Nusam 

Sarah p. 22 

Fiskins, Nicholas Dilke 

Fitchett, John Upton 

Fitzgarret, Redman Butler 

Fleete, Henry Saunders 

Fletcher, Elizabeth p. 10 

Hannibal p. 10 

Wm Thorogood 

Flewellin, Ann Neale 

Thos Neale 

Fleyneye, Thos Fowler 

Flint, Thos p. 9 

Mary p. 9 

Flinton, Pharoah p. 9 

Flood, Robt Freeman 

Floyd, Flug p. 11 

Nathaniel p. 11 

Walter p. 27 

Fludd, John p. 11 

John, Jr p. 11 

Martha Grayne 

Flute, Robt Grayne 

Foanes, Thos Epes 

Folder, Katherine Floyd 

Fookes, Wm p. 11 

Foord, Chas Minter 

Forbush, John p. 10 

Ford, John Bennett 



Fortescue, Nich Willoughby 

Forth, Jon Flint 

Fossett, Robt Epes 

Foster, Eliza Farrar 

John Markham 

Margaret Freeman 

Mark Woolritch 

Fowke, John Warren 

Fowler, Francis p. 10 

Wm Bennett 

Frame, Jon Farrar 

Francis, John Jennert 

Franck, Daniel Phillipps 

Francklin, Francis Fletcher 

Fraford, Victo Thorogood 

Franklin, Henry Thorogood 

Freeland, Richard p. 10 

Freeman, Bennett p. 11 

Bridges p. 10 

Bridgett p. 10 

Richard Place 

Freethorne, John Parker 

Freeze, Rachel Julian 

Frye, Wm p. 11-Fowler 

Fuller, Thos Cheeseman 

Furbush, Fr Dunston 

G 

Gage, Wm Fludd 

Gainnie, Robt Thorogood 

Gainye, Wm p. 11-Dunthorne 

Gallaway, Wm Epes 

Gaily, Richard Osborne 

Gambling, Josias Gaskins 

Gany, Ann p. 12 

Henry p. 12 

Wm p. 12 

Wm. Jr p. 12 

Gapps, Wm Gainye 

Gargrave, Isham Keth 

Garner, Alex Bennett 

John Farrar-Gookins 

Rich Farrar 

Garnett, Thos p. 12 

Garrett, John Dunston 

Rowland Yeo 

Thos Moore 

Garye, John p. 12-Kennede 

Gater, Joane p. 12 

John p. 12 

Gaskins, Alice p. 12 

Eliz p. 12 

Josias p. 12 

Mary p. 12 

Thos p. 12 

Gastrock, Wm Thorogood 

Gately, John Parker 



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Gaterson, James Osborne 

Gates, Wm Nance 

George, John p. 12-Upton 

Gerrard, Jon Keth 

Gire, Robt Gainye 

Gibson, Jon Farrar 

Walter Osborne 

Gilbert, Eliz Bennett 

George Johnson 

Giles, Henry Johnson 

Gill, Ann p. 13 

Edw Neale 

John Tonstall 

Stephen p. 13 

Gillett, Jon Floyd 

Gillgate, John Upton 

Gillin, Georg Upton 

Glascocke, Robt p. 12 

Richard Bennett 

Glenister, Robt Armestead 

Glorie, Thos Webb 

Glover, Edw Upton 

Sarah Edloe 

Godbery, Joane Edmunds 

Godbye, Thos p. 11 

Godley, Richard Yeo 

Godwin, Daniel Queyning 

Golding, Dorothy Oliver 

John Kingsmell 

Wm Parker 

Goldsmith, Wm Gater 

Goldinge, Thos Oliver 

Gones, Wm Epes 

Goodall, Rich Martin 

Goodridge, Ann Fowler 

Goodwin, Jon Wilkinson 

Goodwin, Steph Queyning 

Gookin, John p. 13 

Gookins, Daniel p. 13 

Gordon, Nich Gany 

Gosmore, Eliz Thorogood 

Gosse, Christo Edloe 

Goulding, Wm Weaver 

Grace, Robt Fowler 

Granger, Wm Gookins 

Granley, Jone Fludd 

Graves, John p. 13 

Graves, Katherine p. 13 

Richard Neale 

Thos p. 13 

Wm Oliver 

Gray, Avis p. 12 

Gray, Fran Johnson 

Rebecca p. 12 

Thos p. 12 

Wm p. 12 



Grayne, Elizabeth p. 13 

James p. 13 

Rowland p. 13 

Greeke, Rich Farrar 

Gregory, Georg Queyning 

Richard Flint 

Greene, Dorothy Clements 

John Upton 

Robert Kennede 

Greenleaf , Robt Markham 

Susan Warren 

Greenfield, John Union 

Greenhill, Martha p. 32 

Nicholas p. 32 

Greenwood, Richard Osborne 

Greete, Alice p. 13 

Elianor p. 13 

Margaret p. 13 

Richard p. 13 

Grew, John Trussell 

Griggs, Thos Graves 

Griffin, Elias Gookins 

John Branch 

Reginald Smith 

Wm Queyning 

Grimes, Jon Menefie 

Walter Durrant 

Grindall, Edw Tree 

Grindell, Thos Oliver 

Grindon, Edw Sandys 

Thos Brocas 

Grinett, Alice p. 12 

Elizabeth p. 12 

John p. 12 

Guggins, Daniel Garye 

Gundry, John p. 13 

Mary p. 13 

Gunnery, John Clayborne 

Guro, John Kirke 

Gurr, Geo Sandys 

Guy, Gilbert Armestead 

Gye, Gilbert Thorogood 

Gyllom, Hen Farrar 

H 

Hale, Tho Gater 

Hall, Edw Oberry 

Hugh Flinton 

Samuel Neale 

Halley, Mercifull Thorogood 

Hallom, Robt Martin 

Halloway, John Martin 

Hamer, Edw Peirce 

Hammon, Martin Dunston 

Hamor, Relph p. 14 

Hampton, Wm p. 14 

Hand, Thos Bush 



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Harcocke, Jon Dunston 

Hardin, Mary Bennett 

Harford, Mary Parker 

Harman, Elias Neale 

Harmon, John Kemp 

Harratt, Jon Flint 

Harris, John Weaver 

Hen Thorogood 

Richard Neale 

Thos Flint 

Wm p. 14 

Harrison, Benj Dickenson-Fludd 

George Kemp 

Hen Peirce 

James Peirce 

John Jones 

Thos Denwood 

Hart, Eliza Freeman 

Henry Kemp 

Harvey, Thos p. 15 

Harvy, John p. 14 

Harwood, John Nosworthy 

Ralph Upton 

Thos p. 15 

Hastington, Arthur Johnson 

Hatfield, Joseph p. 15 

Thos Jones 

Hatton, Jeff ery Menefie 

Haven, Wm Kemp 

Hawkes, Ellin Neale 

Mary Neale 

Hayden, Elizabeth Lupo 

Hayes, David Fludd 

John Lupo 

Mary Rockwell 

Thos Kennede 

Rich Bennett 

Haward, Jon Vanerit 

Hayward, Howell Willoughby 

Head, James Neale 

Heasell, Robt Thorogood 

Heath, Jon Peirce 

Jane Upton 

Hedge, Wm Dunston 

Heele, George Parrott 

Heeley, Walter N. Browne 

Hedlen, Jon Gany 

Hellier, Jon Gookins 

Hely, John Farrar 

Hemy, John p. 14 

Hentlands, Jon Flint 

Hether, John Gany 

Hewes, Relph Bennett 

Rich Fludd 

Garrett Dunston 

John Peppett 

Heyes, Petex Upton 



Heynes, Mary Farrar 

Wm Sandys 

Heyley, Walter p. 15-Hatfield 

Heyly, Wm Mansell 

Hewett, Antho Julian 

Heyward, Hugh Harwood 

Humphrey Thorogood 

Rand Edloe 

Hickes, Samuel Jacob 

Hicks, Jacob Rey 

Hickmore, Sarah Epes 

Hide, Richard Minter 

Hill, Daniel Norton 

Edw Mountney 

Henry Neale-Thorogood 

Jon Thorogood 

Mary Thorogood 

Thos Knight — Kemp 

Rose Dunston 

Wm Julian 

Hilliard, Geo Fludd 

Hinde, Rich Fludd 

Hines, Wm Thorogood 

Hitchcox, Richard Osborne 

Hobbs, John Ashton 

Hodges, John Nosworthy 

Eliza Freeman 

Robt Gookin 

Hogskins, John Bainham 

Holland, Gabriel p. 14 

Mary p. 14 

Hollier, Julian Moone 

Holman, Robt Grayne 

Holmes, John Andrewes-Vanerit 

Holt, Robt Norton 

Holton, John Thorogood 

Wm Thorogood 

Home, John Fr. Browne 

Hooke, Edw Farrar 

Francis Clay 

Wm Thorogood 

Hooper, Henry Dawson 

Peter Grinnett 

Richard Newman 

Hopkinson, Daniel Gookins 

Home, John Freeland-Knott 

Horner, Roger Fludd 

Horton, Barth Fludd 

Hopkins, David Floyd 

John Ireland 

Hoskins, Bartholomew p. 14 

Nicholas p. 14 

Hothersall, Frances p. 14 

Mary p. 14 

Richard p. 14 

Thos p. 14 

Hough, Francis p. 15 



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Houghton, Robt Wilkinson 

Hound, Dorias Butler 

Hoveller, Jeremiah Osborne 

How, John Kemp 

Howe, John p. 14-Ravenett 

Wm Osborne 

Howell, Andrew Jolly 

Cob Thorogood 

Henry Farrar 

John Greete 

Owen Upton 

Thos Averie 

Walter Willoughby 

Howgate, Jon Larthropp 

Howman, Jon Farrar 

Hudson, . .dw Flint 

Elizabeth Daniel 

Hues, Jon Farrar 

Owen Yeo 

Huett, Richard Epes 

Robt Normanton 

Hughes, Thos Knipe 

Huggesson, James Keth 

Joane Tonstall 

Hull, Geo Garnett 

Jefferie Clements 

Humble, Roger Osborne 

Hunt, Christo Ranshaw 

Edw Dunston 

John Woolritch 

Thos Osborne 

Husley, Eliz Bennett 

Hutchins, Isaac Osborne 

Robt Sweete 

Hutchinson, Francis Maulden 

James Neale 

Hutt, Nathaniel Holland 

Hutton, Daniell Thorogood 

I 

Idam, Robt Flint 

Illes, Thos p. 15 

Ingleston, Edw Dunston 

Ireland, John, Jr p. 15 

John p. 15 

Mathew p. 15 

Martha p. 15 

Wm p. 15 

Iveson, Abra Vanerit 

J 

Jackson, Hen Larthropp 

John p. 16-Norton 

Mary Nosworthy 

Randall Rogers 

Rich Upton-Willoughby 

Robt Larthropp 



Jackson, Thos Keth 

Wm Queyning 

Jacob, Henry p. 16 

Margaret p. 16 

Wm p. 16-Roper 

James, Hugh Epes 

Lewis Parker 

Robt Osborne — Ireland 

Sarah Jolly 

Wm Vanerit 

Jefferson, James Ashton 

John Burcher 

Jefferys, Jobe Newman 

Hen Vanerit 

Thos Allen 

Jeggins, Anth Fowler 

Jego, Rich Thorogood 

Jenerie, Rich Thorogood 

Jening, Wm Woolritch 

Jenkins, John Traveller 

Thos Freeman 

Jennings, John Fowler 

Jewell, Robt Gookins 

Joanes, Eliza Rogers 

Tymothy Gany 

John, James Dansey 

Johnson, Edw p. 16 

Elizabeth p. 16 

Grace Bennett 

Henry Bennett 

John p. 15 

Joseph p. 16 

Mary Upton 

Rich Farrar-Butler 

Robt Andrews 

Thos Peirce-Queyning 

Wm p. 16-Gater 

Jolly, Joseph p. 16-Watson 

Margery p. 16 

Jonas, Wm Holland 

Jones, Alice Traveller 

Anthony p. 16 

Chri Edloe 

David p. 16-Merriman 

Edw Parker-Thorogood 

Elias Keth 

Elizabeth p. 15 

Giles p. 15-Roe 

Hugh Wilkinson-Gookin 

Jones, Jon Queyning 

Maudlen Knott 

Morris Reynolds 

Rice p. 15 

Richard Pace-Upton 

Samuel p. 16 

Thos p. 16 

Wm Ashton-Neale 



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Jordan, Anth Moone 

John Butler 

Thos p. 16-Denham 

Joyce, Jon Weaver-Epes 

Robt Floyd 

Julian, Wm p. 15 

Jurnew, Nicholas Utye 

K 

Kallaway, Katherine King 

Keely, Elias Gookins 

Keelin, Sarah Grayne 

Keeling, Thos p. 17 

Kelly, Bryan Neale 

Kemp, Evans Edloe 

Kemp, John p. 18 

Richard p. 17 

Wm Thorogood 

Kendall, Robt Armestead 

Kennede, Patrick p. 17 

Kennersly, Phillipp Upton 

Kenscott, Rich Mansell 

Kerne, John Lennon 

Keth, Geo p. 17 

John p. 17 

Martha p. 17 

Ketle, Thos Bulter 

Key, Martha p. 16 

Kilbye, Henry Osborne 

King, Alice Peirce 

King, Ann p. 18 

King, John p. 18 

Eliz Upton 

Kingsmell, Elizabeth p. 18 

Kingston, Thos Dennett 

Kirke, Christo p. 18 

Thos Upton 

Kithley, Thos Ireland 

Kitson, Merina Dunston 

Knight, Peter p. 17 

Knipe, Bartholomew p. 18 

Knott, Elianor p. 17 

James p. 17 

L 

Lacy, Rich Weaver 

LaGuard, Elias p. 19 

Lambert, Thos p. 19 

Lane, Dennis Denwood 

John Bennett 

Rachell Thorogood 

Langston, John Butler 

Lansden, Wm p. 18 

Lansdon, Wm Clayborne 

Large, Wm Menefie 

Larkin, Eliz Upton 

Larthropp, Bridgett p. 19 

John p. 19 



Lasling, Wm lies 

Latchett, Robt Spencer 

Laugher, Francis p. 19 

Laughton, Leon Parker 

Lawson, Alice Peirce 

Epra p. 19 

Hugh Vanerit 

Robt Denwood 

Lawrence, Jon Fludd 

Layden, John Cookesey 

Leaderd, Robt Floyd 

Leager, Thos Yates 

Leake, Jon Thorogood 

Richard Newman 

Leading, James Thorogood 

Lee, Gilbert Bennett 

John Bennett 

Nich Jones 

Richard Jones-Utye 

Lewis, Roger Thresher 

Legat, Ja Peirce 

Leigh, Wm Dawkes 

Lennon, Peirce p. 19 

Rebecca p. 19 

Leonard, James Bennett 

Katherine Freeman 

Leonards, Leonard Cugley 

Leverick. Sarah Julian 

Lewen, John Lucas 

Lewis, Christo Upton 

Eliz Mansell 

Godfrey Osborne 

John Forbush 

Thos Osborne 

Ley, John Dennett 

Leyden, John p. 18-19 

Licheston, Jon Edloe 

Lighthollier, Wm Osborne 

Limpson, Wm Bennett 

Litchfeild, Rich Epes 

Littlejohn, James Andrews 

Locke, John Sipsey 

Lock, John Thorogood 

Locker, Georg Bennett 

London, John Gookin 

Long, Ann Thorogood 

James Epes 

John Epes 

Wm Gookins 

Longfield, Philip Neale 

Longrave, Winifrid Traveller 

Loram, Symon Menefie 

Lovell, Robt Fowler 

Lowd, Rich Farrar 

Lowe, Jon Peirce 

Lowther, Bridgett p. 19 

Lowell, Thos Yeo 



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Loyd, Cornelius p. 19 

Edw p. 19 

Humphrey Wray 

Thead Willoughby 

Lucas, Robt p. 19 

Roger Edmunds 

Luckin, Geo Cugley 

Lufurrier, Antho Jacob 

Lully, Thos Place 

Lupo, Albino p. 18 

Elizabeth p. 18 

Luter, Tho Bennett 

Lux, Thomasin Gany 

Lytefoote, John p. 18 

Lyving, Mathew Cripps 

M 

Macey, John Ashton 

Macker, Roger Pace 

Maddin, Henry Neale 

Madwell, Wm Kemp 

Madworth, Wm Gookins 

Mahonney, Dennis Butler 

Maior, Richard Ireland 

Man, Thos Flint-Allen 

Manby, John Neale 

Manet, Wal Gookins 

Mansell, Daniel p. 20 

Markham, Susan p. 21 

Thos p. 21 

Marsh, Joseph Fludd 

Marshall, Robt p. 20 

Marshott, Michael Laugher-Vauson 

Marsten, Wm Edloe 

Martin, Arthur Bennett 

Giles Moone 

John Dixon 

Nathan p. 20 

Nathaniel Yeo 

Nich Peirce 

Robt p. 20-Coney 

Thos Edloe- Vanerit 

Martledon, Math Peirce 

Mason, Ann Pace 

Francis Julian 

Peter Filint 

Mathew, Jon Flint 

Mathews, Saml Bainham-Peppett 

Maulden, Francis p. 21 

{Catherine p. 21 

May, Cornelius Hothersall 

Hannah Osborne 

Mayo, Edw Bennett 

Maxe, Robt Knott 

Medcalf e, Georg Webb 

Mee, Geo Thorogood 

Melling, Wm p. 21 



Melton, Thos Thorogood 

Menefey, Geo p. 19-20 

Merrard, Deborah Jones 

Merrick, Hen Keth 

Merrie, Savage Upton 

Merriman, Edw p. 20 

Sarah p. 20 

Merry, Isaac Roberts 

Michaell, Francis Taylor 

Michell, Tho Neale 

Middep, John Parker 

Miles, Barbara Ireland 

Robt., Jr Ireland 

Miller, Edw Neale 

Fr Flint 

Milnehouse, John p. 20 

Mills, Susan Epes 

Minter, Ann p. 20 

David Freeman 

Edw p. 20 

Grace p. 20 

John p. 20 

Richard p. 20 

Minton, David Freeman 

Misle, Luke Gray 

Mitchell, Jon Traveller 

Moody, Mary Yarrett 

Mondye, Symon West 

Moone, Susan p. 20 

John p. 20 

Moore, Jane Kemp 

John p. 20 

Joseph p. 21 

Nich Flint 

Robt Bennett 

Wm White 

Moorescroft, Henry Kirke 

Mooreland, Mary Felgate 

Morgan, Edw Gookins 

John Arnice-Parrott 

Margarett p. 21 

Robt Sipsey 

Wm p. 21 

Morriday, John Yates 

Morris, James Tonstall 

John Leyden 

Richard Bennett-Ellis 

Tho Edloe 

Wm Clayborne 

Mortlye, Jon Fowler 

Morton, Wm Melling 

Moseley, Jos Gookins 

Mott, John, Jr Bainham 

John, Sr Bainham 

Mouse, Robt Newman 

Mountney, Alex p. 20 

Moyer, John Flint 



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Moyes, John Yeo 

Moyse, Jon Thorogood 

Moyses, Wm Floyd 

Muffett, Francis Orchard 

Mulleines, Alice Davis 

Murfin, Griffin Gookins 

Musgrove, Tho Neale 

N 

Nance, Alice p. 23 

Richard p. 23 

Nash, Robt Fowler 

Neale, Henry p. 23 

John p. 21 

Pearce Neale 

Newarke, Jon Thorogood 

Newberke, Robt Wilkinson 

Newell, Richard Knott 

Newett, Winifred Dunston 

Newgent, Christo Thorogood 

Newman, Jon Peirce-Parker 

Robt p. 22 

Newsam, James Ireland 

Newsom, Thos Flint 

Newton, Francis Thorogood 

John Upton 

Nichols, Roger Webb 

Nicholson, Geo Webb 

Nicklesworth, Wm Osborne 

Norcutt, Wm Flint 

Norey, Alex Martin 

Norman, Austice Gookins 

Hen Gookins 

Mary Gookin 

Peter Gookin 

Normanton, Thos p. 21 

North, John Martin 

Norton, Ann p. 23 

John p. 23 

Wm Prior 

Norwell, Wm Newman 

Nosworthy, Ann 22 

Tristrum 22-23 

Nowells, Jon Epes 

Nurton, Jon Kingsmell-Norton 

Nusam, Wm p. 22 

Nurserie, Daniel Webb 

Nutt, Wm Freeman 

O 

Oatelep, Phillip Fletcher 

Oberry, John p. 23 

Rose p. 23 

Oldis, John Yeo 

Thos .p. 24 

Oliver, Edw p. 23-24 

Ann p. 23 

Geo Ravenett 



Orchard, Ann p. 23 

John p. 23 

Mary p. 23 

Osberton, Alex Edmunds 

Osborne, John p. 24 

John, Jr p. 24 

Margaret p. 24 

Thos., Jr p. 24 

Francis p. 24 

Edw p. 23 

Jenkin p. 23-24 

Ossley, Nicho Ireland 

Owberry, John Ravenett 

Owen, Edw Julian 

Thos Fletcher 

Rowland Armestead 

Owles, Robt Andrewes 

Oxford, Christo Ravenett 

Wm Orchard 

P 

Pace, Geo p. 25 

Isabella p. 25 

Richard p. 25 

Packett, Joane Graves 

Page, Edw Jones 

Pallington, Rebecca Newman 

Palmer, Daniel Lupo 

Edw Thorogood 

Wm Willoughby 

Panthurst, Abra Neale 

Parish, Edw Thorogood 

Parker, Elizabeth p. 26 

Jon. Upton 

Wm p. 26 

Parsons, James Upton 

Parrott, John p. 25 

Prunella Parrott p. 25 

Parry, Edw Peppett 

Wm Neale 

Paskins, Edw Neale 

Passmore, Thos p. 24 

Pate, Wm Fowler 

Patrick, Hen Minter 

Pattison, James Neale 

Thos Epes 

Pawford, Thos Ranshaw 

Pawlett, Thos Tucker 

Pawly, Jon Peirce 

Payton, Peter Julian 

Peacock, Thos Queyning 

Pead, Jon Farrar 

Peale, Thos Cugley 

Pearce, Edw Wilkinson 

Pearce, Robt Neale 

Wm Neale 

Peef e, Mary Peirce 



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Peeters, John Bennett 

Peirce, Richard 

Daniel Flint 

Eliza Upton 

Wm p. 26 

Pelhire, Abraham Thresher 

Pensint, Wm Gookin 

Penny, John Flint 

Pentcorne, Christo Farrar 

Penton, John Thorogood 

Peppett, Alice p. 25 

Gilbert p. 25 

Percie, John Thorogood 

Percye, Abraham Tree 

Perkins, Andrew Upton 

Perrie, Wm Flint 

Perrin, Richard Osborne 

Perry, Richard p. 25 

Isabella p. 25 

Robt Kennede-Nance 

Wm p. 25 

Peterson, Andrew Normanton 

Pettis, Steph Edloe 

Petway, Rich Moone 

Pew, Richard Reynolds 

Phelps, Robt Almond 

Phillipps, Eliz p. 25 

Elmer Marshall 

Georg Edloe 

John Flint 

Lewis Upton 

Morgan Gookins 

Robt Graves 

Thos p. 25 

Phipps, John . Clayborne 

Pigion, John Thresher 

Pilkington, Margaret p. 26 

Wm p. 26 

Pincher, Wm Upton 

Pinches, Jon Willoughby 

Pinke, Wm Holland 

Pinkney, James Pilkington 

Piper, Jon Knott 

Pistole, Eliz Neale 

Robt Neale 

Pitt, Robt Upton 

Pitts, Edw Thorogood 

Place, John p. 26 

Mary p. 26 

Piatt, Gilbert Parker 

Plowman, Edw Kingsmell 

Plunckett, James Freeman 

Pointeau, James Jacob 

Ponder, Thos Edloe 

Poole, Daniel p. 25 

David Arundel 

John Flint 



Poole, Rich Thorogood 

Robt Flint 

Thos Menefie 

Popeley, Elizabeth Armestead 

Richard Armestead 

Popeplewell, Jon Knott 

Popkin, Thos Pott 

Porter, Nicholas Jolly 

Portman, Robt Norton 

Posey, Fr Farrar 

Possin, Rich Weaver 

Poteete, John Allen 

Pott, John p. 24 

Potter, John Allen-Butler 

Powell, Ann Prior 

John p. 24 

Phil Mansell 

Rich Weaver 

Thos Dilke-Hoskins 

Power, Innocent Cheeseman 

Powis, Thos Flint 

Praetor, Thos Powell 

Pratt, Jon Farrar 

Prebedy, Geo Nance 

Preston, Thos Wilkinson 

Price, Lydian Menefie 

Jon Moone 

Henry Gookins 

Margery Orchard 

Prichett, Wm Bush 

Prickett, Miles Salford-Willoughby 

Pricklove, Geo Edloe 

Prior, Wm p. 26 

Thos Ireland 

Probat, Jon Lennon 

Proctor, Ambrose Floyd 

Prosser, Ann Neale 

Jane Thorogood 

Privett, Thos p. 26 

Prowse, Wm Peppett 

Prye, Oliver p. 26 

Pullapin, Jon Gany 

Pulle, Bennett Pace 

Pullipen, Rich Sipsey 

Pumfrey, John Eyres 

Pumry, Henry Neale 

Purches, Robt Fowler 

Purfury, Thos p. 25 

Purine, Thos p. 25 

Purser, Geo Osborne 

Q 

Queyning, Richard p. 26-27 

Quilmead, Wm Bennett 

R 

Rabye, Robt Bennett 

Race, Roger p. 27 



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Radish, John p. 29 

Radway, Wm Queynye 

Ragg, Ben j Queynye 

Ramsey, Saml Osborne 

Penelope Nusam 

Randall, Thos Jones 

Randolph, Milward Pott 

Ranshaw, Katherine p. 27 

Thos p. 28 

Wm p. 27 

Rashe, John Eyres 

Ratcliffe, Michael p. 29 

Ravenett, Wm p. 28 

Ravening, Rebecca Taylor 

Rawles, Geo Bennett 

Rawlins, Wm Weaver 

Raynbeare, Nich Epes 

Read, John Ravenett 

Reason, Harry Dawson 

Reaves, Thos Ireland 

Redman, John p. 28 

Redock, Rich Floyd 

Reeve, Richard Epes 

Reeve, Dennis Willoughby 

Reeves, Thos Upton 

John West 

Robt Woolritch 

Rey, Margaret p. 29 

Peter p. 29 

Henry p. 29 

Reynolds, Alice p. 28 

Christo p. 28 

Edw Thorogood 

Gilbert Moore 

John Thorogood 

Nicholas p. 28 

Richard Knott 

Wm p. 29 

Rice, Peter Bennett 

Wm Gater 

Rich, Cuthberd Dansey 

Jos Jons 

Richards, Florence Upton 

Richard Perry 

Wm Jones-Moore 

Richardson, Wm Farrar 

Richeson, Barnaby Almond 

Richey, Susan Dennett 

Rickett, Margaret Newman 

Rider, Sarah Nusam 

Wm Almond 

Ridley, Wm Almond 

Right, John Fludd 

Wm Sandys 

Rightsonne, Ann Fludd 

Rigsby, James Farrar 

Risby, Robt p. 28 



Rineley, John Nusam 

Rishton, John p. 27 

Roades, Christo Ewen 

Richard lies 

Roberts, Fr Edloe 

Griff Edloe 

James . .♦ Farrar 

John p. 28 

Morgan Upton 

Robbins, John Epes 

Robins, John Jr p. 27 

Robinson, Henry Neale 

James Spencer 

Math Queyning 

Patrick Farrar 

Richard Farrar 

Wm p. 27 

Rockwell, Mary p. 29 

Robt p. 29 

Sarah p. 29 

Thomasin p. 29 

Rodgison, James Freeman 

Roe, Jon Gookins 

Nicholas p. 27 

Rogers, Chas Fowler 

Edw p. 28 Jacob-Freeland 

Margaret p. 28 

Thos Edloe 

Rolfe, John Flint 

Tho Peirce 

Rookins, Jane p. 28 

Wm p. 28-Edmonds 

Roote, Abraham p. 27 

Roper, Wm p. 28 

Rose, Chas Julian 

Henry Kemp 

Rotheram, Geo Bennett 

Rotman, Henry Eaton 

Roulston, Lyonell p. 27 

Rouse, Thos Gater 

Rowden, Robt Tonstall 

Rowell, Eliz Butler 

Rowen, Henry Flint 

Rowland, Ja Epes 

John Dennett 

Rowlett, Jon Moone 

Rowlington, Edw Nance 

Rowly, Wm Grayne 

Rowson, Robt Bennett 

Royall, Ann p. 29 

Joseph p. 29 

Henry p. 29 

Thomasin p. 29 

Rubue, Jon Fludd 

Russell, Chas Osborne 

Dennis Thorogood 

John Moone 



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Russell, Richard Knott 

Ruth, Holt Pott 

Rutherford, John Sweete 

Rutkin, Hen Bennett 

S 

Sadler, John Queyning 

Thos Neale 

Sadlington, Jonas Upton 

Salford, Joane p. 30 

John Flinton 

Robt p. 30 

Sarah p. 30 

Salsbury, Geo Eyres 

Robt Edloe 

Sames, Eliz Dunston 

Samon, Joseph Garye 

Sanders, Jon Vanerit 

Katherine Daniel 

Margaret Morgan 

Richard Morgan 

Sanderson, Edw p. 23 

Sandys, Geo p. 29 

Sarsonn, Wm Fludd 

Sauell, Tho Freeman 

Saunders, Robt p. 30 

Roger p. 30 

Richard Freeman 

Sawyer, Fra Mansell 

Savage, Fra Upton 

Hannah p. 30 

Thos p. 31 

Scarbrough, Edmund Neale 

Scarborough, Edmond Forbush 

Scory, Robt Jones 

Scot, Jon Willoughby 

Scott, Jon Gookins 

Wm Upton 

Seaburne, John Yates 

Nicholas Yates 

Seale, Hen Osborne 

Searle, John Kemp 

Seaton, John Edloe 

Seawell, Jervis Freeman 

Mary Freeman 

Sedgwick, Joseph Thorogood 

Selby, Robt Knott 

Sellett, Eliza Osborne 

Senior, John Edmunds 

Sarah Edmonds 

Seth, Wm Unwin 

Shallock, John Upton 

Sharp, Rich Dunston 

Wm Parker 

Sharrin, Phill Bennett 

Shaw, Ann Knott 

Wm Neale 



ShefTeild, Thos Branch 

Sheild, Thos Ashton 

Shelton, Fr Fludd 

Shepperd, Rich Powell 

Shere, Strength Willoughby 

Sherlacke, John Upton 

Sherly, Agnes Osborne 

Eliz Neale 

Daniel p. 31 

Shippey, John Gainye 

Short, Wm Kemp — Peirce 

Shorten, Mary Moore 

Sigmar, Rowland Newman 

Signett, Balden Newman 

Simnell, John Harvey 

Sims, Andrew Andrews 

Singcleare, Jon Keth 

Singleton, Henry Graves 

Sipsey, John p. 30 

Skidmore, Augustine Upton 

Skinner, Antho Menefy 

John Pace 

Slaughter, John Lupo 

Smalledge, Ja Peirce. 

Jon Mansell 

Smally, Margaret Peirce 

Smith, Alice King 

Edw Fowler 

Grace Weaver 

Hen Fowler 

James Amice 

John p. 30 

Mary Durrant 

Katherine Neale 

Philip Flint 

Rich Neale-Bennett 

Robt Gookins 

Thos p. 30 

Ursula Frye 

Wm Sandys-Gookins 

Smithock, Henry Oberry 

Snead, Richard Ranshaw 

Sneale, Dorothy Young 

Elizabeth Young 

Henry Young 

John Young 

Mary Young 

Snowson, John Yarrett 

Soane, Wm Southerne 

Southerne, John p. 30 

Henry Tucker 

Thos Clarke 

Southwell, Henry Keeling 

Spademan, Nath Osborne 

Rich Upton 

Sparkes, John Jones 



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Spark, Ann Thorogood 

John Gany 

Thos Peirce 

Sparrow, Thos Knott 

Speed, Wm Thorogood 

Spencer, Wm p. 29 

Spilman, Thos p. 30 

Spore, Alice Johnson 

Sprason, "Wm Traveller 

Spring, Jos Clarke 

Robt Thorogood 

Sprye, Oliver Knight 

Spurrier, Michaell Peirce 

Spurway, John Yeo 

Stansby, Antho Neale 

Stackhowse, Robt Neale 

Standish, Dorothy Queyning 

Stepehen . . . Fowler 

Stanfeild . . . Symond-Thorogood 

Stanney, Robt Eyres 

Stayle, Rich Epes 

Stee, Francis Ireland 

StefFerton, Francis Eyres 

Stephens, Rich Chew 

Jon Flint-Ranshaw 

Peter Jackson 

Richard p. 29 

Thos Pilkington 

Stephenson, Ann Julian 

Steward, Chas Osborne 

John Nosworthy 

Stingsby, Robt Fookes 

Stoakes, Christo Watson 

Stockden, Edw Gany 

Jonas p. 30 

Tymothy lies 

Stocker, Wm Utye 

Stoddon, Wm Menefie 

Stomer, Alex Kingsmell-Ellis 

Stone, Elizabeth Flint 

James Freeman 

Jeremiah Freeman 

Maximillian Flint 

Stoner, Alex Daniel 

Strange, Wm Queyning 

Strecher, Andrew Armestead 

Strechey, Rose p. 23 

Strukton, Wm Flint 

Suelgreene, Susan Osborne 

Sudbury, Robt Upton 

Sulliward, Jon Moone 

Sully, Thos p. 29 

Summer, Richard Upton 

Summers, Robt Kemp 

Sussins, Stephen Thorogood 

Sutton, Robt Maulden 

Wm Menefie 



Swann, Martha Upton 

Sweete, Robt p. 30 

Swinborne, Barth Epes 

Syler, Robt Felgate 

Symbee, Wm Graves 

Symons, Francis Upton 

Thos Moore-Thresher 

T 

Tailing, Patrick Kingsmell 

Tallock, James Upton 

Tally, Eliza Martin 

Tanner, Barbary Peirce 

Tassell, Robt Jackson 

Tatnam, Sylvester p. 32 

Tayloe, Wm p. 33 

Taylor, Arthur Kennede 

Eliz Kingsmell 

Geo Newman 

John p. 31 

Rebecca p. 31 

Thos Lucas-Menefie 

Wm Dunston-Upton 

Tempest, Robt Keth 

Tenman, Robt Fletcher 

Thomas, Christ Floyd 

John Parker 

Margaret Greete 

Thomas, Nathan Flint 

Peter Edloe 

Richard Davis 

Robt Menefie 

Wm Wooddard-Farrar 

Thornborough, Thos Gundry 

Thorne, Henry Felgate 

Thornbury, Rich Fludd 

Thos Conner 

Thornef ord, Saml Osborne 

Thorogood, Adam p. 31 

Sarah p. 31 

Thos Thorogood 

Thorpe, Christo Rogers 

Thresher, Isabel p. 32 

Robt p. 32 

Thrush, Clement Moone 

Thurston, Thos Tonstall 

Tillney, Symon Newman 

Tingy, Jon Vanerit 

Tinwell, John Osborne 

Titlore, John Maulden 

Todd, Elizabeth p. 33 

Robt English 

Thos p. 33 

Tomlin, Mathew Floyd 

Tomlyn, Martha p. 32 

Tompkinson, John Fowler 

Tompson, Edw Edloe 



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Tompson, Elizabeth 

Georg Tompson 

Maurice p. 31 

Morris Salford 

Wm Sipsey-Peirce 

Toolye, Thos Fludd 

Tonstall, Edw p. 32 

Martha p. 32 

Tooke, James Spencer 

Toppin, Ann p. 13-Gill 

Towers, Francis p. 32 

Towers, Wm Farrar 

Towning, Thos Atkinson 

Traveller, Alice p. 32 

George p. 32 

Traverse, James Parrott 

Tree, Richard Harris 

Trencher, Symon Osborne 

Trevett, Geo Kirke 

Trick, Francis Upton 

Trussell, John p. 32 

Tucker, Alex Clarke 

Barthol Nosworthy 

Wm p. 32 

Turner, Ann Epes 

Harman Kennede 

James Lennon 

John Oliver 

Robt Farrar 

Saml Menefie 

Tyas, John p. 31 

Tydder, Hugh Edloe 

Tyler, Anth Upton 

Thos Osborne 

U 

Underwood, Casander Thorogood 

Union, Joell p. 34 

Unwin, Elizabeth p. 34 

Unwin, Geo p. 33 

Katherine p. 34 

Upton, John p. 33 

Ursly, John Traveller 

Utye, John p. 33 

Mary p. 33 

V 

Valentine, John p. 34 

Vand, Dorcas Unwin 

Vanerit, James p. 34 

Vanheck, Oliver Graves 

Varlon, Peter Cugley 

Vase, Rich Parker 

Vasler, Eliz p. 34 

John p. 34 

Vaughan, Jon p. 34 

Lewis Knott 



Vaughan, Patrick Upton 

Row Vanerit 

Richard p. 34 

Thos Nosworthy 

Vaus, Robt p. 34 

Veale, Jane Parker 

Vensey, Weymouth Willoughby 

Viccars, Mary Nance 

Vicount, Thos p. 34 

W 

Wade, John Knipe 

Philip King 

Thos Edloe 

Waine, John Felgate 

Wakefeild, Jon Thorogood 

Wakes, Jonathan Leyden 

Walker, Edw Leyden 

Hen Vanerit 

John Edghill 

Roger Gookins 

Wall, Richard Markham 

Wallford, John Fowler 

Waller, Wm Osborne 

Wallis, Edmund Thorogood 

Eliz Butler 

Rebecca Ireland 

Robt Ireland 

Walsh, Thos Upton 

Walters, Joane Osborne 

Walter, John Wm. Dawson 

Wanton, James Osborne 

Waraner, Math Farrar 

Ward, Ann Normanton 

Chri Vanerit 

Hen Osborne 

Jeremiah Kennede 

John Normanton 

Roger Thorogood 

Seth p. 35 

Susan Fowler 

Thos Ratcliffe 

Wm Ashton 

Warden, Thos Epes 

Warden, Tho Moone 

Warne, Thos Peirce 

Warner, Augustine Thorogood 

Henry Neale 

Warrell, Robt Royall 

Warren, Susan p. 36 

Thos p. 36 

Wm L. Barnes 

Warrenford, Peter Neale 

Was, Wm Thorogood 

Waters, Edw p. 34 

Jon Thorogood 

Mary Parker 



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Watkins, David Peter Arundel 

Geo Fludd 

Tho Weaver 

Watson, Eliz p. 35 

John p. 35 

Watts, Thos Tucker 

Waxell, Tobias Nusam 

Way, John Dansey 

Weaner, Wm Sweete 

Weare, Tho Floyd 

Weaver, Saml p. 35 

Webb, John p. 35 

Stephen p. 35 

Thos Arnice 

Wm Newman 

Webber, John Russell 

Rich Peirce 

Webster, Francis Oliver 

Weekes, Wm Peirce 

Welch, Mary Osborne 

Morgan Fludd 

Thos Upton 

Wellon, Wm Leyden 

Wellman, Richard Dunston 

Wells, Greg Peirce 

John Royall 

Wm Place 

Welch, Nich Butler 

Welshe, Robt Gray 

Wenner, Tho Moone 

Wescome, Wm Nusam 

West, Francis Jones 

Grace Yates 

Henry Robins 

Richard Fowler 

Robert p. 36 

Westerfeild, Jane Thorogood 

Westly, Ann Fookes 

Weston, John Jones 

Westwell. Robt Thorogood 

Wethersby. Tho Weaver 

Weyan, Jon Osborne 

Whadsey, Peter Parker 

Wheeler, Dorothy Thorogood 

Hester Lupo 

Rich Knott 

Wm Yates 

Whitacre, Ann Fookes 

Capt Flint 

White, Chas Almond 

Francis Graves 

Geo p. 35 

Henry Neale 

Jon Moone 

Nicco Peirce 

Peter Bennett 

Whitfield, Gilbert Gookins 



Whitfield, Rich Warren 

Whitheredge, Wm Todd 

Whiting, Chris Fookes 

Whiting, James Keth 

Rebecca Keth 

Whitehand, Geo Todd 

Whitehead, Geo Flint-Thorogood 

Whitehorne, Ann Thorogood 

Whitetmost, Wm Vanerit 

Whoorewood, Nich Menefie 

Whydon, Clement Ravenett 

Wigg, Wm Kemp 

Wilcocks, John Dilke 

Wilson, Capt Hoskins 

Wilford, Edw Peirce 

Wilkinson, Naomy p. 36 

Wm p. 36 

Williams, Ann Butler 

Edw Osborne 

Ellin Knott 

Hugh Dawson 

John Edloe 

Norman Moone 

Richard Ashton 

Roger Upton-Butler 

Thos Arnice 

Williamson, Mathew Freeman 

Susanna Butler 

Willis, Edw Butler 

Thos Upton 

Willoughby, Peter Peirce 

Thos 34-45 

Wills, Tho Weaver 

Wilson, Eliz Nusam 

James Thorogood 

Mary Keth 

Richard Neale 

Wiltshire, Wm Freeman 

Windam, Edw Thorogood 

Windelt, Edw Gater 

Windmill, Christo p. 35 

Witherby, David Neale 

Withers, Jon Thorogood 

Stephen Thorogood 

Witney, Thos Butler 

Wood, Arthur Bennett 

Henry Thorogood 

John p. 35 

Thos Fludd 

Wm Fludd- Almond 

Woodall, Thos Dunston 

John Peirce 

Woodcock, Georg Vanerit 

Wooddard, Christo p. 35 

Woodgate, Wm Queyning 

Woodley, Capt Osborne 

Woodyard, Vincent Ravenett 



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Wooles, Robt Knott 

Woolley, Wm Parker 

Woolritch, Joane p. 36 

Wm p. 36 

Wools, Samuel Gany 

Woorkes, Wm Jackson 

Wormewell, Mary Willoughby 

Wray, Jon Flint 

Thos p. 36 

Wright, John Gany-Peirce 

Richard Yates 

Robt 

Thos p. 35 

Wright, Wm Osborne 

Writt, John Thorogood 

Wynn, Hugh Wynn 

Mathew Julian 



Y 

Yarrett, Wm p. 37 

Yates, Henry Knott 

Joane p. 36 

John p. 36 

Mary p. 36 

Richard p. 36 

Robt Queyning 

Yeardly, Argoll p. 37 

Geo p. 37 

Yeo, Leonard p. 37 

John Osborne 

Yorke, Edw Bennett 

Young, Christo Peirce 

Edw Minter 

Pharoe p. 37 

Rich Upton 



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A 

Allerton, Isaac p. 38-39-41 

Ansell, Chas p. 38 

Ashton, James p. 38 

Peter p. 38 

John p. 38 

Austin, Henry p. 42 

B 

Bancks, Adam p. 40 

Gerrard p. 40 

Barker, Lawrence p. 43 

Barton, Nathaniel p. 40 

Baulch, Olliver p. 38 

Baxter, Thos p. 40 

Beale, Thos p. 40 

Beverley, R p. 42 

Bland, Theodorick p. 38-43 

Blinco, Jas p. 42 

Boughton, Richard p. 38 

Bowen, John p. 42 

Bowman Edw p. 38 

Bramham, Richard p. 42 

Brent, Nicholas p. 43 

Robt p. 39-43 

George p. 38-39-41-42-43 

Bridges, Wm p. 38-39-40 

Elizabeth p. 38 

Bryant, Richard p. 40 

Buckner, John p. 39 

Bunbury, Wm p. 43 

Jno p. 43 

Butler, John p. 39 

Byram, Thos p. 41 

C 

Carter, John p. 42 

Cary, Richard p. 43 

Chamberlaine, Robt p. 39-41-42-43 

Champion, John p. 41 

Clark, Joane p. 39 

John p. 40 

Clayton, Wm p. 41 

Clifton, Jas p. 41 

Cloathworker, Roger p. 41-43 

Codfind, Richard p. 39 

Collingwood, Robt p. 40 

Collingworth, Thos. Jr p. 40 

Thos. Sr p. 40 

Jane p. 40 

John p. 40 

Cone, John p. 42 

Connaway, Edwin p. 39-41 



Conway, Edw p. 42-43 

Cooper, Geo p. 41-43 

Corbin, Henry p. 38-43 

Cossome, Henry p. 39 

Margaret p. 39 

Cox, John p. 42 

Cox, Richard p. 40 

Crutcher, John p. 42 

D 

Dacres, Chas p. 42 

Ann p. 39 

Davis, Wm p. 40-41 

Deyoung, John p. 41 

Dickinson, Chas p. 41 

Dios, Thos p. 38 

Dodson, Gervase p. 38 

Donahaw, Richard p. 42 

Duncan, Peter p. 42 

E 

Edwards, Wm p. 42 

Ellis, James p. 41 

Elmer, Thos p. 41 

Eustace, Edw p. 38-40-41 

John p. 38 

F 

Fitzhugh, Wm p. 38 

Fleete, Henry p. 40 

Forster, Robt p. 42 

Fowke, Gerrard p. 38 

Freshwater, Thos p. 41-43 

G. 

Garton, John p. 41-43 

Gaylard, Ann p. 40 

James p. 40 

Glover, Thos p. 40 

Gore, Francis p. 40-42 

Gossling, John 

Griggs, Ann p. 42 

Michael p. 42 

Robt p. 41 

Gwynn, John p. 42 

H 

Hailes, Francis p. 39-40 

Harris, Wm p. 40-43 

Harrison, Geo p. 43 

Hart, John p. 38 

Edw p. 39 

Margaret p. 39 



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Haworth, John p. 43 

Headley, John p. 41 

Heale, Geo p. 42 

Heyle, Geo p. 42 

Horsington, Mary p. 38 

John p. 38 

Robt p. 38 

Horton, Wm p. 42 

Howard, Francis p. 39 

Howson, Robt p. 38-43 

Howseing, Robt p. 43 

Hughgott, Miles p. 43 

Hull, Madam p. 40-41 

J 

Jacobas, Angell p. 40 

Jones, Leonard p. 40-41 

Morgan p. 42 

K 

Kenner, Richard p. 42 

King, Robt p. 40 

Kryton, Thos p. 40 

L 

Lamkin, Geo p. 42 

Land, Christo p. 38 

Lathrope, Wm p. 40 

Lawson, Mr p. 42 

Lee, Chas p. 42 

Thos p. 40-41-43 

Edward p. 41-43 

Loveday, Wm p. 40 

Loyd, Jone p. 39 

Lewis p. 39 

Wm p. 39 

Lucas, Henry p. 39 

Jane p. 39 

M 

Maddyson, John p. 39 

Marson, Thos p. 42 

Markham, Lewis p. 40 

Martin, John p. 41-43 

Richard p. 40 

Middleton, Robt p. 42-43 

Morgan, Wm p. 43 

Morris, Geo p. 39 

Morttrum, Ruth p. 41 

Mott, Mr p. 39 

Moseley, Wm p. 40-42-43 

N 

Newton, John p. 38 

Nicholls, Zachaiiah .p. 43 



O 

Orchard, James p. 41-42-43 

Overton, John p. 41 

P 

Parsons, John p. 40 

Payne, Wm p. 39 

Pearce, Wm p. 40 

Peirce, Wm p. 40 

Pettegree, Andrew p. 38 

Peyton, Valentine p. 39 

Pope, Thos p. 38 

Powell, Rawleigh p. 39 

Thos p. 39 

Presley, Peter p. 40 

Q 

Quigley, Ellinor p. 38 

John p. 38 

R 

Read, Wm p. 43 

Rice, Richard p. 40 

John p. 40 

Richards, Lewis p. 41 

Robinson, Christo p. 38 

John p. 40 

Thos p. 41 

Rosyer, John p. 42 

Richard p. 40 

Rowley, John p. 40 

S 

Sconfield, Robt p. 42 

Seargant, Wm p. 39-42 

Searles, Richard p. 42 

Shurlock, John p. 40-41-43 

Smith, John p. 38 

Thos p. 38 

Sneade, Chas p. 41-42-43 

Saml p. 38 

South, Geo p. 42 

Spence, Alexr p. 38-42 

Wm p. 42 

Patrick p. 39 

Spencer, Nicholas p. 38-39-41-43 

John p. 38 

Spooner, Saml p. 38 

Stockford, Widow p. 41-43 

Syson, Robt p. 42 

T 

Taliferro, John p. 39 

Tanner, Thos p. 42 

Tasker, John p. 42 

Thacker, C. Corbin p. 39 

Thacker, Edwin p. 39 



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Thompson, Mathew p. 43 

Tomlin, Ann p. 39 

Thrift, Nath p. 42 

V 

Vaughan, Saml p. 38-39 

John p. 38-39 

Viccaris, Thos p. 39 

W 

Walker, Henry p. 38 

Webster, Nath p. 41 



West, Wm p. 41-43 

Thos p. 41 

White, John p. 40 

Whitehead, Mr p. 41 

Willis, Ann p. 42 

John p. 40 

Richard p. 42 

Williamson, Robt p. 38 

Williams, Roger p. 39 

Thos p. 41 

Wornam, John p. 40 

Wright, Mortrum p. 41 

John p. 43 



"Cavaliers and Pioneers" 

A Calendar of Virginia Land Grants 

1623-1800 



Compiled by NELL M. NUGENT, Clerk, 

VIRGINIA LAND OFFICE, 

RICHMOND, VA. 




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Sir Georg Yardley, Knight, Governor 
&c, to SAMUEL JORDAN, Gent. & 
ancient planter, of Charles City County, 
450 acres, 3 separate tracts, Dec. lo' 
1620, Patent Book No. 3, p. 125. 

Part of his first devidend, 100 acres of 
which is for his personal adventure, 100 
acs. in the personal claim of his wife 
Cecily, also an ancient planter, & 250 
acs. for the transportation out of Eng- 
land of: John Davies, who arrived in 
1617, whose passage said Jordan paid 
to the Cape Merchant Thomas Matterdy ; 
Robert Marshall brought out of England 
in May, 1619 by Capt. George Bargrave; 
Alice Wad who came in the George the 
same year & Thomas Sted who arrived 
out of the Falcon in July, 1620. These 
tracts of land adjoin John Rolfe, Capt 
John Wardeefe (Woodlief), Capt. John 
Martin, Master of the Ordinance, & 
Temperance Baley. 

Sir Francis Wyatt, Govr. &c. to 
JOHN BAINHAM, 300 acs., Dec 1 
1624, P. B. No. 1, p. 17. 

Of Kiccoughtan in Elizabeth City Co. 
About 3 miles up the main creek be- 
tween Haxoms Gaole & Blunt Point, 
adj. Capt. Samuel Mathews & Wm. 
Clayborne. Due for transportation of 
John, his son, deceased, who came in 
the Charles in 1621, Robt. Draper in 
the Jacob in 1624, John Hogskins, John 
Mott, Sr., John Mott, Jr. & John Dansye, 
Jr. in the George in 1621. 

Sir Francis Wyatt, to JOHN BUSH, 
Gent., 300 acs., Dec. 1, 1624, P. B. 
No. 1, P. 31. 

Came to this country in the Neptune 
in 1618. Land in the parish of Kic- 
coughtan, Eliz. City Co., adj. Lieut. 
Albino Lupo, Wm. Julian & Wm. 
Prichett. For trans, out of England of 
his wife Elizabeth, his children Elizabeth 
& Mary who came in the Guift in 1619, 
rnd Thomas Hand and Wm. Parker in 
the Charles in 1621. 



Augusta Court, Dec. 21, 1779: James 
Brown & Adam Guthery, nephews & 
heirs at law of JAMES DUNLAP, Lieut 
m Capt. Peter Hog's Co. of Rangers, 
who was destroyed by the enemy 
French & Indians at the Fort in the 
upper tract on the South Branch of the 
Potomac in 1758," received warrant 
No. 346 for Dunlap's service for 2,000 
acs., according to the Proclamation of 
the King of Great Britain of 1763. 

Essex Ct., Feb. 21, 1780: Lucy Mor- 
ton, who was the widow of JOHN 
KITCHEN, made oath that sd. Kitchen 
served as a soldier in a corps raised for 
the defence of Va., commanded by Col. 
George Washington until it was dis- 
banded; that he died without any chil- 
dren or blood relation within the U. S. 
Warrant No. 428 assigned by Lucy 
Morton to Oliver Noel. 

Culpeper Ct., Feb. 21, 1780: Reuben 
Long made oath that JAMES BLACK 
enlisted as a soldier in 1758 under Gen. 
Braddock & served until discharged; 
that he (Long) intermarried with Ann 
the daughter & heiress of sd. Black. 
Warrant No. 605 for 50 acs. issued. 

Orange Co., Dec. 23, 1779: Elizabeth 
Jinnel (Jarrett) Head, wife of James 
Head, & Salley Riddle, wife of Lewis 
Riddle, co-heiresses of SIMON POWELL, 
deed., proved that sd. Powell served ss 
aSergt.his full term of enlistment in Capt. 
Hogg's Co. of Rangers (not being militia) 
raised in Va. Warrant No. 861 issued. 

James Monroe, Govr. to Charlotte 
Crawford, wife of Samuel Crawford, 
late Charlotte Austin, Esther Austin, 
Alexander Austin, William Austin. 
Susannah Austin, Peter Austin & Archi- 
bald Austin, legatees of Wm Austin 
claiming under the last will & testament 
of sd. Austin, datedi 4th April, 1798. 634 
acres in Campbell & Bedford Counties. 
Jan. 30, 1811, Grant Book No. 61, p. 408. 



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Sir Francis Wyatt to GEO. SANDYS, 
400 acs. Archers Hope, Corporation of 
James City, Dec. 4, 1624, Page 16. W. 
upon Lt. John Jefferson, E. upon ponds 
dividing it from Martins Hundred. For 
his per. adv. & trans of: Phaebus Hop- 
kins, Edw. Eastwood, Martin Turner, 
Jno. Stone, who came in the Georg in 
1621 & Jno. Needham, Thos. Knowler 
& Henry Wood who came in the Tyger 
in 1621 from Sumer Island. 

Same to CAPT. WM. TUCKER, now 

Commander of Kiccoughtan, 150 acs. in 
the corp. of Eliz. City, E. upon Richard 
Boulton, W. upon a cr. parting same 
from land of John Powell. Sept. 20, 
1624. Page 29. Due for the trans, out 
of England of: Georg Tompson, Paule 
Tompson & Wm, Tompson "his wives 
bretheren." 

Francis West, Govr., to Dr. JOHN 
POTT, 12 acs. lying about his house in 
James City, Sept. 20, 1628. Near Edw. 
Blaney. Part of his first devident. Page 
61. 

John Pott, Govr. &c. to Capt. THO- 
MAS GRAIES, an ancient planter, 200 
acres on the E. side of Chesepeiacke 
Bay, adj. Capt. Henry Fleete, Mar. 14, 
1628. Due for the adv. of 25 Lbs .pd. 
unto Sir Thos. Smith, late Treasurer for 
the Co. of Va. Page 72. 

Sir John Harvey to RICHARD AT- 
KINS, of Mulberry Island, Planter, 100 
acs. on Keths Cr. towards Thos. Har- 
wood. Aug. 20, 1632, Page 75. For his 
per. adv. in the ship Abigail in 1621 at 
the charge of Capt. Wm. Peirce and 
assigned by virtue of an order of court, 
Mar. 6, 1632. 



Frances West to DAVID POOLE, 
Vignorone, of France, now of Eliz. City, 
60 acs. at Buck Roe in sd. county, adj. 
Richard Ball & John Arundell, Dec. 12, 
1627, Page 80. For the use & benefit 
of his Master John Bonall, gent, of 
London. Lease. 

John Pott to WILLIAM SMITH, 
Planter, of Accomac Co., 100 acs. in 
sd. county, adj. John Fulwood, Oct. 15, 
1629, Page 100. Lease. 

Whereas Henry Daivkes now bound 
on the intended voyage to Va. hath paid 
in ready mony to St. Thos. Smith, Treas. 
of Va. the sum of 12 Lbs. 10 s. for his 
adv it is agreed that the sd. Dawkes his 
Heirs &c. shall have his full parte of 
lands &c. Dated July 14, 1608. Signed, 
Richard Atkinson. (See Dawkes patent 
Vol. 1, p. 6.) Page 115. 

Sir John Harvey to JOHN ARUN- 
DELL, gent, son & heir of Peter Arun- 
del, deed., 100 acs. in Eliz. City, adj. 
Barthol. Hoskins & John Chandler, plan- 
ter, Sept. 17, 1632, Page 116. Due in 
right of bill of adv. of his father dated 
Oct. 4, 1617. 

Same to JACOB AVERIE, gent., 500 
acres on Skiffes Cr. Feb. 2, 1630, Page 
144. E. side of Spring called Jacobs 
Well & near land of Tho. Newell. 
Lease. 

Sir John Harvey to LEONARD 
MOORE, Planter, 100 acs. on Westerly 
side of 4 mile Creek. March 21, 1633. 
21 yr. lease. Page 146. 

Same to JOHN WARD, Planter, of 
Verina, 25 acs. in Henrico Co., adj. 
his own land & Thomas Parker. March 
21, 1633. 21 yr. lease. Page 146. 



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Same to MATHEW SMALLWOOD, 
Merchant, 500 acs. in Charles City Co., 
adj. land Nathaniel Powell, dec'd. now 
occupied by Wm. Barber, Marriner, W. 
towards creek parting it from land called 
Chaplins Choice. Mar. 30, 1634. Lease. 
Page 151. 

Same to WILLIAM HAMPTON, 
Planter, of Eliz. City Co., 100 acs. in 
sd. county, on E. side of Harris' Cr. 
Adj. James Bonall, Aug. 13, 1634. Page 
153. "for the terme of 100 yrs., he 
having undertaken to plant the said land 
with orchards & nurseries of fruit trees 
to furnish the colony." 

Same to WILLIAM STAFFORD, 
Planter, of Keches Cr. in Warwick 
River Co. 100 acs. on the W. side of 
sd. creek about a 1^ miles upward from 
the mouth, over against plantation of 
Wm. Ravenett, Adj. N. on land of 
Francis Richbill, planter. 21 yr. lease. 
Aug. 23, 1634. Page 154. 

Same to GILBERT SYMONDS, Plan- 
ter, of Eliz. City Co., 100 acs. in sd. 
county at the old Pocoson, for the term 
of 21 yrs. E. upon land of John Kadon. 
Oct. 20, 1634. Page 156. 

Same to NICHOLAS HARWOOD, 
Cooper, 50 acs., on the Eastern Shore in 
Accomac Co., adj. land of William 
Blore now in possession of Wm. Bur- 
ditt, formerly granted to Roger Saun- 
ders, deed, for the term of 10 yrs. as by 
lease dated March 14, 1628 and assigned 
to sd. Harwood by Georg Traveller, 
planter. Oct. 20, 1634. Page 157. 

Same to THOMAS SEAWELL, 400 
acs., April 20, 1635, Page 164. 350 acs. 
lying at the head of the old Pocoson, 
joining the great ridge on the South & 
N. E. from the great Otter dams, & 50 
acs. between Thos. Boulding on the W. 
& John Sneade on the E. butting upon a 
creek parting same from Benjamin Syms 
marsh. 

Same to JOHN HILL, 350 acs about 
4 mi. up the western branch of Elizabeth 
river, N. into the woods with a creek 
to the E. called Charles Creek & to the 
Westward a cr. called Browns Bay. 
April 20, 1635. Page 166. 



Capt. John West to JOHN SLAUGH- 
TER, 200 acs., N. on Wright's Cr. adj. 
Thos. Wright, May 30, 1635. Page 169. 
For trans. Robt. Bennett, Wm. Dicken- 
son, Adam Stavely, Jon. Day. 

Same to MR. JOHN SIPSEY, 1500 
acs., June 1, 1635, Page 172. Upon 
westermost branch of Elizabeth River. 
For trans, of 30 persons. (Names not 
given.) 

Same to Same. 1500 acs. adj. Francis 
Towers, S. upon maine river, E. as far 
as the westermost parting of an Island 
called Craine poynt. June 1, 1635, Page 
173. Trans, of 30 persons. (Names 
not given.) 

Same to WILLIAM ANDREWS, 100 
acs. in Accomac Co., June 25, 1635. 
Page 181. S. E. upon Old Plantation 
Cr., N. W. towards Kings Cr. and upon 
land of John Bloare. Due by order of 
court dated Oct. 9, 1627 and for trans. 
Richard Evans & Zacharias Turner. 

Capt. John West to JOHN SEA- 
WARD, 300 acs. in Warrasquioake Co., 
towards the head of the river. Granted 
by order of court dated June 3, 1635 & 
for trans. Henry Weblin, Wm. Tomp- 
son, Jon. Bruton, Thos. Woodcock, 
Arthur Scott & Edward Perkes. July 1, 
1635. Page 191. 

Same to Same 100 acres in the same 
county, being part of Ragged Island. 
July 1, 1635, Page 194. Due by order 
of court dated June 3, 1635 & trans, of: 
Katherine Peircy & Henry King. 

Same to BENJAMIN HARRISON, 
200 acs. in Warrasquioake Co., about 
2 mi. up Warrasquioake Cr., which land 
is now in the tenure of Thomas Jordon, 
gent. July 7, 1635, Page 207. Due to 
sd. Harrison by deed of sale from John 
Davis of Kiskiake, dated July 9, 1633, 
and is part of a devident granted sd. 
Davis by order of court dated June 5, 
1633, as being heir to his uncle Walter 
Davis. 

Same to THOMAS HARWOOD, 
1500 acs., at the head of Keths Cr. adj. 
his own land. July 7, 1635, Page 208. 



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69 



Due for trans, of: Tho. Read, John 
Spiltimber, John Dennett, Silvester 
Totnam, Wm. Peters, Robt. Hudson, 
Thomas Parks, Robert Smith, Tho. 
Hinckley, Jon. Heyward, Wm. Darnoly, 
Daniell Lane, Lewis Cocke, Thomas 
Smith, Mathew Burrows, Thos. Casson, 
Edw. Hall, Jon. Greene, Foulke Brasey, 
John Stockdell, Wm. Bell, Robt. Tep- 
pett, Tho. Lewis, Tho. Brownser, Blanch 
Brames, Mary Eaworth, Joane Butler, 
Elianor Dunberbeach, Samll. Trigg, Jon. 
Eastcote. 

Same to JOSEPH STRATTON, 500 
acs. situate at a place commonly called 
Nutmegg Quarter, in the County of Den- 
bigh, July 8, 1635, Page 212. S. E. up- 
on land that did once belong unto Capt. 
John Smith & now in the tenure of 
Percivall Champion & John Slaughter. 
This land being part of a devident be- 
longing to Sir. Francis Wyatt & due un- 
to sd. Stratton for a valuable considera- 
tion from Capt. Wm. Peirce, Attorney 
of sd. Wyatt, which sd. Peirce was to 
make an assurance by patent of the sd. 
500 acs. according to an order of court 
Dated Feb. 25, 1630. 

Same to THOMAS BAILIE, 150 acs. 
Charles City Co. near the mouth of Bay- 
ley's Cr. July 9, 1635, Page 215. Due 
as heir to his father William Baylie who 
died possessed thereof & for the trans, 
of fMary Welsh. 

Same to JOHN SPACKMAN, 300 
in Warrasquinoake Co., about 2 mi. up 
the W. side of Pagan Point Cr. July 
13, 1635, Page 228. Due for trans, of 
himselfe, wife Dorothy, Joyce & Rose- 
mond, his children, John Evans & John 
Wilsonn. 

Same to JOHN SPARKES, 750 acs. at 
the head of Pagan Point Cr., S. upon 
White Marsh. June 3, 1635, Page 239. 
Due for trans, of: John Sparkes, Grace 
Sparkes, Ellin Perkins, John Clarke, 
Robert Hopkins, John Grandy, Wm. 
Peirce, Wm. Hurdis, Robt. Dugg, 
Stephen Bannister, Christopher Tennant, 
Rich. Cole, Wm. Gallopin, Henry Tay- 
lor, Mary Sparkes. 

SAME to HENRY COLEMAN, 150 

acs., June 6, 1635, Page 241. E. upon 



neck of land of Mr. Eaton, W. into the 
woods to Eliz. City, N. upon the river, 
S. upon the woods running up to Hamp- 
ton River. Due for trans, of: Wm. 
Fann, Tho. Jones &. Eliz. Smith. 

Same to MR. WILLIAM STONE, 
1800 acs. at Blunt Point between Hun- 
gars Cr. & Mattawomens Cr., June 4, 
1635, Page 244. Due for the personal 
adv. of himselfe & his brother, Andrew 
Stone, & trans, of: Hugh Hayes, Arm- 
strong Foster, Wm. Hawkinson, Tho. 
Ward, Cha. Farrington, Edwd. Burt, 
Tho. Hatcock, Hen. Hollam, Hen. Hart- 
well, Robt. Chessheire, An Irishman, 
Tho. Chilcott, Wm. Bucher, Wm. Pise, 
Jon. Winnall, James Fletcher, Jon. 
Blackstone, Tho. Smith, Edwd. Allen, 
Math. Scarborough, David Winley, Hen. 
Johnson, Richard Worster, Ann Light- 
foote, Hen. Armetrading, Richard 
Powell, Ann Smith, John Bruffin, Wm. 
Davis, Thomas Connagrave, Sampson 
Robins, Wm. Matrun, Hen. Harris, 
Willi. Cole. 

Same to CHARLES HARMER, 1050 
acs., June 14, 1635, Page 245. Begin- 
ning at the deep ditch, W. by the shore 
of the maine bay, S. by old Plantation 
Cr. mouth. Due for the per. Adv. of 
himself, wife Ann Harmer, & trans, of: 
Evan Jones, Tho. Cole, James Courtney, 
Lazarus Maning, Tho. Davis, Rich. 
Wryth, Jon. Symon, Rich. Newton, 
Samll. Lucas, Eliz. Bennett, Rebecca 
Slaughter & 8 Negroes. 

This patent is renewed by Richard 
Kemp in the name of Eliz. Harmar, 
daughter of sd. Charles, & 150 acs. 
added, Sept. 17, 1644. 

Same to NATHANIEL HOOKE, 200 
acs. 2 J<4 mi. up Pagan Point Cr. upon 
the W. side. June 5, 1635, Page 247. 
Due for his per. adv. & trans, of: Tho. 
Boyer, Rich. Duningham & Patrick 
Vaughan. 

Same to JEREMIAH CLEMENT, 500 
acs., June 11, 1635, Page 248. Due for 
the per. adv. of his wife, Edey Clements, 
& trans, of: John Clement, John Giles, 
John Dawtres, Christopher Abbott, 
Henry Tompson, John Taylor, Tho. 
Ashly, Wm. Sturns, Wm. Winter, 
Nathaniell Eaton. 



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Same to WILLIAM SPENCER, 1100 
acs. in Lawnes Cr., W. upon Hog Is- 
land Cr. & his own land. June 19, 
1635, Page 249. Due for trans, of: 
Robt. Stoakes, Edwd. Wilmott, Robt. 
Arnall, Annanias Coplestone, Geo. 
Prower, Nicholas Atwill, Evan Wil- 
liams, Franc. Pearle, Wm. Michaell, 
John Lewis, Katherine Pearce, Ellen 
Alice, Antho. Streate, Hector Godbeare, 
Nicho. Spencer, Jon. Dodman, John 
Holdin, Tho. Powell, Tho. Smith, Tho. 
Clayton, Jon. Mathews, Elizabeth 
Nicholson. 

Same to ROBERT SHEPPARD, 300 
acs. near the head of Chippoakes Cr. 
begg. at Swamp Pond. July 19, 1635, 
Page 250. For the per. adv. of him- 
selfe & wife Priscilla Sheppard, & 
trans, of: Wm. Maulden, Jon. Shaw- 
booke, Eliza. Boone, Edwd. Owen. 

Same to WILLIAM BEARD, 450 cs. 
in Pasbyhayes within corp. of James 
City, June 19, 1635, Page 253. Near 
land of Richard Barrington. Due for 
his per. adv. & his wife, Joane Beard, 
& trans, of: John Stoute, Hen. Meares, 
Fr. Withers, Tho. Lock, Nich. Middle- 
ton, Anth. Rockwood, Mary Walton. 

This was surrendered and never 
planted. 

Same to ALEXANDER STONAR, 
350 acs. E. on a creek next to the Gleab- 
land. June 22, 1635, Page 254. Due 
for the per. adv. of John Cooke, the 
first husband of Jane Stonar, his now 
wife; 100 acs. granted to sd. Cooke ac- 
cording to the orders & constitutions of 
the late Treasurer & Co. dated Nov. 18, 
1618, he having accomplished his time 
of service. 50 acs. for the per. adv. of 
sd. Stonar & 50 for his wife, Jane, & 
residue for trans, of: Richard Venable, 
Geo. Walton, Richard Phillipps. 

There being sold out of this patent to 
Richard Bell 200 acs. there remains due 
to the patentee 150 acs. 

Same to THOMAS SMITH, 250 acs. 
in James City Co., July 21, 1635, Page 
258. Adj. Mr. Weaver's plantation, 
Southerly towards Kethes Cr. & North 
side of Edward Hale's plantation. Due 
for his per. adv. & trans, of Jon. Vining, 



Jon. Gass, Wm. Townsend & Francis 
Coffin. 

Same to CHRISTOPHER STOAKES, 
300 acs. lying in Eliz. City Co. at the 
new Pocoson, Easterly upon a creek be- 
tween this and land of John Watson. 
July 28, 1635, Page 265. Due for the 
trans, of: Mill. Freemen, Samll. Wat- 
son, Rich. Shatboule, Hen. Hickman, 
Wm. Wattys & Hen. Powell. 

Same to SAMUEL SNEADE, 200 
acres in James City Co., at the head of 
Keths Cr., August 4, 1635, Page 268. 
Adj. Samuel Griges plantation, a swamp 
parting this from land of Tho. Smith. 
Due for the per. adv. of himself and 
Alice Snead, his wife, William Sneade, 
his son, & transportation of Henry 
Vincent. 

Same to GEORGE HOLMES, 150 acs. 
in James City Co., at the head of a 
creek which parts Archers Hope and 
Jockeys Neck, adj. land of John Johnson 
on the W. side. Aug. 4, 1635, Page 

269. Due for the per. adv. of himself 
& wife Rebecca & trans, of Thomas 
Browne. 

Same to WILLIAM BERRIMAN, 150 
acs. in Accomack Co. in Old Plantation 
Cr. bounding upon land of Henry Care- 
leys called Fishing Point Neck & S. W. 
upon a creek parting same from land of 
Henry Bagnoll. Aug. 6, 1635, Page 

270. Due for his own per. adv. & 
trans, of: John Sausey & Edward 
Prince. 

Same to MR. WILLIS HELY, 250 
acs., Clerke & Pastor of Mulberry Is- 
land, situate in said parish of Mul- 
berry Is., beginning at a place called 
the Otter dams, adj. land of Thos. Har- 
wood now in the tenure of Daniell 
Lane, S. E. upon the Mills, W. upon 
Thos. Nowell, deed. S. towards Capt. 
Thos. Flint. Aug. 17, 1635, Page 273. 
Due unto sd. Hely by order of court 
dated June 6th, 1635, upon a twofold 
consideration: 1st, "in reward of his 
faithful paines in the Ministrie exempli- 
fied by a Godly and quiet life thereby 
seconding his Doctrine, next as a spurr 
and encouragement for others of his 



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71 



calling to pursue soe faire and bright 
and Example.'' 

Same to MRS. HANNA SALVAGE, 
relict of Ensign Thomas Savage late of 
Accomack, planter, a parcel of land in 
sd. county, bounded by the Cr. of Acco- 
mack on the South, the great bay on the 
W., Wiscapanso on the N. & the main 
ocean on the E. The sd. parcel was 
granted to her sd. husband by the King 
of the Eastern Shore as by a deed under 
his hand calling himself Esmy Shichans. 
Aug. 24, 1635, Page 275. 



Arnwood, Robert Ackerman, Fr. Peale, 
Jon. Abott, Lewis Depoma, Peter Brill, 
Wm. Mallett, Tho. Trimchfeild. 

Same to GEORG HULL, 450 acs. of 
land, 200 acs. of which is situated near 
the head of the old Poquoson, E. upon 
sd. river, N. upon plantation of Thomas 
Saywell & S. upon plantation of Wid- 
dow Tompson, & 250 acs. thereof upon 
the sd. Poquoson river & E. upon War- 
wick Cr. Oct. 12, 1635, Page 292. (This 
name appears to have been first written 
Hall). 



Same to THOMAS HOLEMAN, 100 
acs. in James City in Martins Hundred, 
adj. John Dennett on the N., Aug. 24, 
1635, Page 276. 50 acs. due for his 
per. adv. & 50 acs. as Administrator of 
Thomas Harvey, deed, late of Martins 
Hundred & due for his per. adv. into 
the colony. 

Same to HUGH COX, 500 acs. in 
Charles City Co., near Walter Ashton. 
Aug. 27, 1635, Page 282. Which sd. 
land was granted said Hugh Cockes by 
order of court dated Dec. 6, 1634 & 
also for the trans, of: Hugh Powell, 
Hen. Crosbye, Hen. Pattison, Hen. Col- 
lins, James Fowler, Robert Morris, Geo. 
Browning, Peter Holloway, Asher Joy, 
Francis Harper. 

Same to HENRY HARTE, 350 acs. 
on the S. side of the main river over 
against James Towne Island, called the 
Pynie Point, bounded by Capt. Powell's 
land on the W. & John Long on the E. 
Aug. 31, 1635, Page 284. Due sd. 
Hart for his per. adv. & adv. of his 
wife, Robena Harte, and for the trans, 
of: Rich. Milborne, Jon. Cooper, Hen. 
Drew, Sam. Eaton, James Burfe. 

Same to SERGT. THOMAS CRUMPE, 
500 acs. in James City Co., Sept. 28, 
1635. Page 287. In a neck of land 
bounding E. upon a cr. which runs be- 
tween sd. neck of the Gleab land & W. 
upon a cr. between sd. neck and land in 
the tenure of Thos. Phillipps, & S. unto 
land belonging to the Orphans & heirs 
of Mr. Richard Buck. Due for his per. 
adv. & trans, of: Jon. Gowning, Roger 



Same to WILLIAM SWAN, 1200 
acres in James City on the S. side of 
James River, W. from Smith's Mount 
to the Half Way Neck. Nov. 5, 1635, 
Page 293. Due for the trans, of: Rich. 
Jones, Hen. Dawkes, Jon. Swan, Nich. 
Stalling, Jos. Manners, Kath. Crippin, 
Rich. Maddison, Tho. Williams, Wm. 
Motts, Geo. Yeomans, Jon. Flood, Edw. 
Swan, Rich. Thimbleby, Nicholas Foster, 
Edw. Champion, Judith Greene, Nich. 
Barnett, Rich. Perry, Jon. Goodson, 
Rich. Flood, Alice Edes, Mary Hawkes, 
Andrew Jacob, Kath. Cripps. 

Renewed in the name of Thomas 
Swan. 

Same to JAMES MERRIMAN, 150 
acs. in Charles City Co., adj. Weya- 
noake, Peirce Lennon & David Jones. 
Nov. 6, 1635, Page 296. Due for the 
per. ad. of himself & wife Sarah Merri- 
man & for the trans, of William Bird. 

Same to THOMAS BAYWELL, 450 
acs. situate upon Appomattocks River, 
N. towards Conjurers feild. Nov. 7, 
1635, Page 300. Due for his per. adv. 
as being a planter in the time of Sir 
Thos Dale, for the adv. of his wife 
(name not given) & for the trans, of: 
William Wader, Walter Collins, Benis 
Bulmer, Jon. Weaver & William Gill. 

Same to THOMAS HARRIS, 750 acs. 
in Henrico Co., within Digs' Hundred, 
Nov. 11, 1635, Page 304. Southward 
upon land of Edward Virgany, North- 
ward upon the land of Joane Harris, his 
wife, W. upon the river & E. into the 
woods. Due sd. Harris as followeth: 



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100 acs. accrueing as being an ancient 
planter and adventurer in the time of 
Sir Thos. Dale, according to a Charter 
of Orders from the late Treasurer & Co. 
bearing date 18th November, 1618, & 
650 by & for the trans, of: Wm. Pur- 
nell, Jon. Godfrye, Jon. Searle, Tho. 
Kemp, Rich. Mascoll, Nath. Moore, Jon. 
Edwards, Ann Ridly, Wm. Jones, Tho. 
Morgan, Wm. Jones. Two Negroes. 

This patent renewed by Sir John Har- 
vey & 70 acs. added. 

Same to WILLIAM STAFFORD, 300 
acs. in Keths Cr. Nev. 12, 1635, Page 
305. North and by E. upon land of 
Edward Hall, S. & by W. upon Edward 
Grimes, E. & by S. upon Wm. Ravenett. 
Due for the per. adv. of his wife Rebec- 
ca Stafford & for the trans, of Christo. 
Stafford, Robert Martin, Robt. Wilkin- 
son, Fr. Reeve, John Farr. 

Same to FRANCIS HOUGH, 800 
acs., Nov. 12, 1635, Page 305. Begin- 
ning at the first creek of Nansemond 
River on the S. side & extending to- 
wards the mouth Northerly up sd. River. 
Due for trans. 15 persons. (Names not 
given.) 

Same to THOMAS SHIPPEY, 250 
acs., Nov. 14, 1635, Page 307. South 
upon Robert Greene & North upon 
Four Mile Creek. Due for the trans, 
of: Thomas Shippey, Elizabeth Shippey, 
Jeffery Brewer, Robt. Cole, Thomas 
Brooke & John Cawker. 

Same to ROGER BAGNALL, 350 acs. 
in Warrasquinoake Co., Nov. 16, 1635. 
Page 308. Bounded on the W. by land 
of Thomas Dangle & on the N. E. by 
Pagan Creek. 300 acs. due by deed of 
sale from Wm. Clopham, Warrasqui- 
noake planter, dated Aug. 3, 1635, & 
50 acs. for the trans, of John Slaughter 
into the Colony. 

Same to WILLIAM CLARKE, 100 
acs. in Elizabeth City Co., Nov. 18, 
1635, Page 310. S. West upon land of 
Georg White, Minister, Eastward into 

the woods, Westward upon the New 
Pocoson river & Northward upon Clarkes 
Cr. Due for trans, of: John Oker & 
Nich. Bennett. 



Same to EDWARD SPARSHOTT, 
100 acs. in Charles City Co., Nov. 20, 
1635. Page 314. Beginning at Mer- 
chants Hope Cr. at the parting of the 
cr. S. up the cr., W. upon the main 
woods, E. upon the cr. & on the N. 
side of the Indian feild. Due for the 
per. adv. of his wife Mandolin Canes & 
for the trans, of Robert Honyborne. 

Same to DICTORIS CHRISTMAS, 
300 acs. in Elizabeth City Co., Nov. 21, 
1635, Page 317. On the N. side of the 
Pocoson River, E. upon Gilbert Perkins, 
W. upon Manack neck & N. into the 
woods. Due for the per. adv. of him- 
self & wife Isabell Christmas & for the 
Trans, of William Gun, Rich. Combes, 
Israeli Atwell & Zachariah Foster. 

Same to Same, 50 acs. in Eliz. City 
Co., Nov. 21, 1635, Page 318. On the 
Old Pocoson River adj. Benjamin Sims. 
Due for trans, of Roger Leach. 

Same to LT. JOHN CHEESEMAN, 
600 acs. in Charles River Co., Nov. 21, 
1635, Page 319. S. E. upon the New 
Poquoson River, N. W. into woods by 
Oyster Cr. towards a ridge of land adj. 
Thomas Hawkings. Due for the trans, 
of: Christo. Everett, Phillipp Aunt, 
Edwd. Cotterell, Jone Bolton, Robert 
Corbett, Rich. Duning, Rich. Ward, 
Georg Costen, Rich. Banks, John Har- 
well, Mary & Mathias, Negroes. 

Same to WILLIAM BARKER, Marri- 
ner, 400 acs. in Charles City Co., Nov. 
26, 1635, Page 321. Upon Chappells 
Creek, E. along the river adj. Merchants 
Hope. For his own per. adv. & trans, 
of: Richard Hitchcox, Wm. Low, Wm. 
Wall, Tho. Bridges, Jon. Feild, Tho. 
Hooper, Antho. Browne. 

Same to EDMOND SCARBOR- 
OUGH, 200 acs. in Accomacke Co., 
Nov. 28, 1635. Page 322. Westerly on 
Maggitye Bay. Due in right of his late 
father, Capt. Edmond Scarborough, the 
per. adv. of himself and his mother, 
Hannah Scarborough, & trans, of Robert 
Butler. 

Same to Same. 200 acres in Acco- 
macke Co., Nov. 28, 1635, Page 323. 



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On the Seaboard side. Due for the 
trans, of: Roger Wright, Alice, a maid 
servant, Edward Agar, Eliza. Machin. 

Capt. John West to Mr. Willis Hey- 
ley, Minister, 250 acs. situate in the 
Parish of Mulberry Island, adj. his own 
land. Dec. 8, 1635, Page 325. Due for 
the per. adv. of his wife, Elianor Heyly, 
his brother Robert Heyly & trans, of: 
Roger Holliack, John Chawke, Mable 
Busher. 

Same to CHRISTOPHER BRANCHE, 
250 acs. in Henrica Co., Dec. 8, 1635, 
Page 326. At Kings land over against 
Arroe Hattocks, E. upon the main river, 
Southerly upon land granted John Grif- 
fin & now in the occupation of sd. 
Branch & running Northerly towards 
Thomas Sheffeild. Due for his own per. 
adv. & for the trans, of: John Gibson, 
John Macham, William Butler & Wm. 
Possell. 

Same to Mr. ROBERT CANE, 200 
acs. (County not mentioned) Dec. 18, 
1635, Page 327. Bounded Westerly up- 
on Mr. Wilkeson. Due for his own per. 
adv. & for the trans, of: Joseph Rich- 
ards, Morgon Huett, Samuell Ellis. 

Same to CAPT. ADAM THORO- 
GOOD, 600 acs., Dec. 18, 1635, Page 
327. (County not mentioned). Due for 
the trans, of: Robt. Whetle, Choyce 
Johnson, Eliza. Lawton, Tho. Metchell, 
Jon. Phillipps, Jon. Crabb, Robert Ben- 
nett, Edward Blake, Jon. James, Edward 
Williams, Edward Strong, John Burges. 

Same to JOSEPH SAMON, 150 acs., 
on the S. side of Nanzemond River, adj. 
George Fawdon. July 14, 1635, Page 
329. Due for his per. adv. & trans, of: 
2 persons. (Names not given). 

Same to BENNETT BLEWITT, 50 
acs. in Warrasquinoake Co., Feb. 15, 

1635, Page 333. At the mouth of 
Warrisqueick Cr., running S. W. into 
the woods. Due for the per. adv. of 
his now wife, Elizabeth Blewitt into the 
Colony. 

Same to LT. JOHN CHEESEMAN, 
200 acs. in Charles River Co., April 23, 

1636, page 336. Upon Chesepeiack Bay 



& Cheeseman's Cr. Due for the trans, 
of: 4 persons (names not mentioned). 
This patent was renewed by Sir John 
Harvey in the name of John Hollis & 
Richard Bennett. 

Same to THOMAS CAUSEY, 300 acs. 
lying at the mouth of Appamattucks 
River on the S. side, E. upon Castines 
feild cr. May 2nd, 1636, Page 336. 
Due for the trans, of 6 persons, whose 
names are not mentioned. 

Same to THOMAS HARRIS, 700 acs. 
called by the name of the long feild, be- 
ginning at a little creeke over against 
Capt. Martin, S. E. towards Bremoes 
devident. Trans, of 4 persons, whose 
names are not mention. May 2, 1636, 
Page 337. 

Same to RICE HOWE, 1200 acs. in 
Charles City Co., near Martins Brandon. 
May 2, 1636, Page 338. W. upon the 
main river to a cr. which parts the lands 
of Martin Brandon & Capt. Ward. Due 
for the per. ad. of himself & wife 
(name not given) & trans, of 22 per- 
sons, whose names are not mentioned. 

Same to JOHN HACKER, 150 acs. 
off land upon the W. side of the Upper 
Chippoakes. May 3, 1636, Page 339. 
Due for his per. adv. & trans .of: 
Abraham Hill & Christopher Hould. 

Same to CHRISTOPHER BUR- 
ROUGHS, 200 acs. in Elizabeth City 
Co., May 4, 1636, Page 341. Northerly 
on the land of Capt. Adam Thorough- 
good, Easterly on Chesepeiacke River 
alias Lynn haven. Due for his per. adv. 
& trans, of his brother William Bur- 
roughs, his sister Ann Burroughs & 
John Phillipps. 

Capt. John West to THOMAS 
WATTS, 50 acs. in Elizabeth City Co., 
upon the back river, adj. Easterly upon 
Capt. Thos. Purifye & Northerly upon 
the land of Nicholas Hill, a small cr. 
running between, & Southerly upon the 
land of fjohn Branch, a small cr. like- 
wise running between. May 5, 1636, 
Page 342. Due for the per. adv. of his 
now wife, Lyddia Watts, into the 
Colony. 



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Capt. John West to GILBERT 
SYMONS, 100 acs. in Charles River 
Co., at the new Poquoson, E. upon 
Augustine Warner, W. upon Mr. Worl- 
idge, N. upon Phettiplace Cloyse & S. 
upon Samuell Bennett. May 5, 1636, 
Page 343. For the trans, of 2 persons, 
whose names are not mentioned. 

"Same to JOHN LAYDON, 700 acs. 
of land, 500 acs. thereof lying at Bur- 
rowes Neck, bearing Eastward & adj. 
the Widdow Tompson's land, now in 
possession of George Hall; 200 acs. ly- 
ing N. upon the said Poquoson River 
& W. from Smith's Neck, E. from the 
great Otterdams, & S. towards Burrows 
Neck. 500 acs. due upon a considera- 
tion expressed in an order of court 
dated Feb. 29, 1631, the residue for the 
trans. of: Virginia Laydon, Tho. 
Clooke, Henry Bradly, Robt. Walton & 
Symon Abbott. May 6, 1636, Page 345. 

Same to JOANE BENNETT, Widow, 
450 acs. in Charles River Co., May 6, 
1636, Page 346. Upon the new Poquo- 
son River, East towards the Bay, N. 
upon the Pinye Swamp & S. upon Robert 
Thresher. For her per. adv. & trans, of: 
Ann Winter, Jon. Rocto, Jon. Marshall, 
Tho. Prewitt, Andrew Chant, Jon. 
Morris & Pole Carplights. 

Same to WILLIAM WORLITCH, 
150 acs. in Warwick Co., May 7, 1636, 
Page 347. A neck of land commonly 
called the Broad Neck, Southerly upon 
Edward Waters & Persivall Ibbison, 
Easterly towards Blunt Point. Due by 
deed off sale from Edw. Waters, gent., 
late of Eliz. City, dated Feb. 15, 1629. 
50 acs. being a second devident granted 
by patent to sd. Ibbison dated March 6, 
1620; the 100 acs. also being a second 
devident grantetd to sd. Waters, Aug. 
24, 1624. 



Westerly upon Harwoods Cr. The sd. 
land being due to sd. Elizabeth & son 
according to the will of the deceased 
Thomas Hawkins, husband & father to 
the aforesaid parties, which land was 
due sd. Thos. for the trans of: Roger 
Blackwell, Richard Baker, Richard Jen- 
nings, Geo. Collect, Wm. Mitchell & 
Thos. Butlinge. 

Same to HANNAH BOYSE, 300 acs. 
in Henrico Co., Nov. 11, 1635. Page 
351. Daughter & heir of Luke Boyse, 
late of Henrico. Said land adj. Alice 
Edloe, her mother. Due for the per. 
adv. of herself & father & trans, of: 
Thos. Lewis, Robert Hallum, Joseph 
Ryall, Edward Holland, Oliver Allen. 

Same to CHENEY BOYSE, 1550 acs. 
in Charles City Co., May 31, 1636, 
Page 352. W. upon Merchants Hope 
Cr., 100 acs. for his per. adv., being an 
ancient planter during the time of Sir. 
Thos. Dale, & for the trans, of: Rich- 
ard Williams, Lawrence Woaker, Tho. 
Harris, Tho. Wheeler, Christ. Rippin, 
Jon. Tomlinson, Joane Tomlinson, Jon. 
Mason, Jon. Walker, Christo. Eusell, 
Jon. Liscott, Oliver Bishopp, Israeli 
Johnson, Humphrey Jones, Gilbert Dow- 
son, Nicho. Shawe, Wm. Baxter, Daniell 
Collier, Wm. Wale, Wm. Thorncomb, 
Jon. Cole, Eliz. Greene, Eliz. Phillipps, 
Katherine Yorke, Jon. Swifte, Margery 
Parr, Daniell Murry, Morgin Rosier, 
Wm. Holland. 

Capt. John West to JOHN BAKER, 
50 acs. in Henrico Co., May 31, 1636. 
Page 352. Upon Two Mile Cr. in 
Varina Parish, adj. his own land & Wm. 
Dawkes, N. E. to Seath Ward. Due for 
the trans, of John Baldwyn. 

This patent renewed in the name of 
Seth Ward Nov. 17, 1643. 



Same to ELIZABETH HAWKINS & 
-Hawkins, her son (given not not 



mentioned) 300 acs. in Charles River 
Co., May 9, 1636, Page 348. 150 acs. 
S. E. upon the new Poquoson River, 
Easterly upon a cr. which parts this and 
the land of John Cheeseman; 150 acs. 
being a neck called the Nut tree Neck, 



Same to WILLIAM HATCHER, 200 
acs. in Henrico, June 1, 1636. Page 
353. Upon Appomattuck River, N. E. 
towards Pearce's stile cr., N. W. adj. 
land of Elizabeth Ward, widow. Due 
for his per. adv. & the trans, of Richard 
Radford, John Winchester, Alice Em- 
merton. 



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Same to PETER JOHNSON, 600 acs. 
Warrisquick Co., June 1, 1636. Page 

354. On the S. side of Warrisquick Cr., 
butting upon Nanzemond River. Due 
as followeth: 100 acs. by surrender 
from John Day for his owne per. adv. 
& the trans, of one servant; 150 acs. 
surrender from Ambrose Meader due for 
his per. adv. & trans, of his wife & 1 
servant; 150 acs. due sd. Johnson for 
the trans, of 3 servants, & 200 acs. by 
surrender from Gabriell Wilsonn due 
for the trans, of 4 persons. Peter John- 
son, Jon. Day, Jon. Powell, Ambrose 
Mader, Gabriell Wilsonn, Jon. Baker, 
Ann Sharp, his wife. 

Same to MARY BOX, Widow 300 
acs. in Henrico. Co., June 1, 1636, Page 

355. Abutting S. E. upon Appamattock 
River, S. W. upon land of Elizabeth 
Ward, extending towards Pearse his stile 
cr. 100 acs. in right of her late hus- 
band, John Boxe, as being an ancient 
planter, & 200 acs. due for the trans, 
of herself, Thomas Neale, Edward Hol- 
land. 

This patent renewed by Sir John Har- 
vey in the name of Mary Box, the 
daughter, July 12, 1637. Page 438. 

Same to WILLIAM WELLS, 50 acres 
in Elizabeth City County, March 31, 
1636. Page 356. Near the head of 
Hampton River, S. upon land of Wm. 
Stafford & E. upon land of John Place. 
Due for his own personal adv. 

Same to ROBERT HOLLOM, 1000 
acs. in Henrico Co., June 2, 1636, page 
358. Southerly upon land of Edw. 
Osborne, Northerly up towards the falls. 
Due for the trans, of: James Place, 
Rich. Ferris, Noba Perfitt, Jon. Michels, 
Richard Baly, Edw. Holland, Tho. 
Smith, Uriah Clarke, Francis Vissett, 
Humphrey Grizell, John Read, Rich. 
Dixon, James Reddey, Barth. Cooke, 
Mary Allen, Humphrey Cassell, James 
Hormer, & Thomas Morethorpe. 

Same to WILLIAM CARTER, 700 
acs. in James City Co., May 20, 1636, 
Page 359. About 3 mi. from James 
River, beg. at a reedy swamp, abutting 
Westerly upon the rich neck, otherwise 
Sunken Marsh. Due for the per. adv. 



of: Avis Turtley, his first wife, Ann 
Mathis, his second wife & Alice Croxon, 
his now wife, & for the trans, of: Wm. 
Antherson, Andrew Robinson, Rich. 
Cooke, Fr. Bick, Alice Watkins, Alice 
Johnson, Eliza. Johnson, Henry Snow, 
Nich. Burnett, Edward Bland. 

Same to Same. 100 acs. in James 
City Co., May 20, 1636, Page 360. 
Being a neck of land near unto the head 
of Lower Chippoakes Cr., Southerly up- 
on land of Robert Sheppard. Due for 
the trans, of: Michaell Siler and Rich. 
Crich. 

Same to HENRY COLEMAN, 100 
acs. in Elizabeth City Co., March 10, 

1635, Page 360. Lying at the Old 
Poquoson called by the name of Foot- 
ball Quarter. Due for the per. adv. of 
his wife, Katherine Coleman, & trans, 
of Jaques Dela Rey. 

Same to GEORG SALSBURY, 500 
acs. in Warrisquick Co., April 30, 1636. 
Page 360. Due by order of court dated 
December 4, 1634. 

Same to RICHARD CREEDLE, 150 
acs. in Charles River Co., April 30, 

1636. Page 361. Upon a branch of a 
creek of the new Poquoson, adj. West- 
erly upon land of Thomas Wray. Due 
by deed of sale from Katherine Powell, 
Widow, bearing date the 19th of April, 
1636, which land was due unto her for 
the trans, of 3 servants. (Names not 
mentioned ) . 

Same to Same. 100 acres in Charles 
River Co., April 30, 1636, Page 361. 
At the new Poquoson abutting Westerly 
upon a cr. opposite plantation of Tho- 
mas Symons, bounded on the N. E. by 
land of Thomas Rey. 50 acs. due for 
the trans, of one servant & 50 acs. by 
surrender from Katherine for the trans, 
of one servant & 50 acs. by surrender 
from Katherine Powell, widow, dated 
April 19, 1636, and due her for the 
trans, of one servant. 

Same to JOHN BRIDGES, 200 acs. 
in Warresquick Co., June 4, 1636, Page 
562. Running from the W. side of 
Warresquick River near the land of 



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Thomas Jordan. Due for the trans, of 
4 persons into the Colony. (Names not 
given). 

Same to JAMES BERRY, 350 acs. in 
Accomack Co., July 20, 1636, Page 366. 
At Magatie Bay, Adj. land of John 
Ascome. Due for his own per. adv. and 
the per. adv. of his wife, Elizabeth 
Berry, & for the trans, of: Henry Lee, 
Mary Nelson, Jos. Hally, Mary Nablett 
& Robert Man. 

Same to THOMAS SMITH, 150 acs. 
in Accomack Co., June 24, 1636, Page 
367. Upon fishing point neck adj. land 
of Wm. Berryman, near Henry Bag- 
well's land. Due for the personal adv. 
of himself, his wife, Sarah, & daughter 
Ann Smith. 

Same to WILLIAM BIBBY, 400 acs. 
in Accomack Co., June 24, 1636, Page 
367. On the southern side of Kings Cr. 
abutting Westerley on Capt. Epp's land, 
Easterly along the Cr. & Southerly to- 
wards Old Plantation Cr. Due for the 
per. adv. of himself, his wife, Mary 
Bibby, & for the trans of: Jon. Leech, 
Chri. Colert Wm. Steven, Arith. Rich- 
ards, John Fitz Garrell, Anne Gedon. 

Same to CAPT. CHRISTOPHER 
CALTHROPP, 100 acs. being a second 
devident according to a grant signed by 
Sir Georg Yeardly to John Hudleston, 
Marriner, dated April 26, 1621, and 
assigned over by Richard Cox, Attorney 
to sd. Hudleston to Capt. Calthropp. 
This tract ajoins the first devt. July 5, 
1636, Page 368. 

Same to Same. 100 acs. in Charles 
River Co., within the new Popuoson at 
the head of Powells Cr. & Adj. his own 
land. July 5, 1636, Page 368. Due for 
the trans, of Christopher Watts, Senior 
& Christo. Watts, Jr. 

Same to JOHN CHEW, gent., 500 
acs. in Charles River Co., July 6, 1636. 
Page 369- Due by order of court dated 
Oct. 8, 1630 at James City, for the adv. 
of himself & 9 persons. (Names not 
mentioned ) . 

Same to Same. 700 acs. in Charles 
River County, July 7, 1636, Page 370. 



Adj. land mentioned just above. Due 
for the trans, of: William Winifrett, 
Georg Goodin, Tho. Tompkins, John 
Vaughan, Robert Parr, Chri. Evans, Ann 
Waterman, Arnall Freez, Walter Hasle- 
wood, John Weston, Tho. Winard, Jon. 
Chew, 1622, Jon. Chew, 1623. 

Same to RICHARD BENNETT, 350 
acs. lying within a mile of a creek called 
Sandy Cr., being the first cr. to the west- 
ward of Craney Point. July 7, 1636, 
Page 371. Due for the trans, of: Tho. 
JefFeries, Wm. Ford, Jon. Jolly, Robt. 
Farthin, James Willett, Tho. Bennett, 
John Robinson. 

Same to EDWARD SPARSHOTT, 

200 acs. in Charles City Co., July 11, 
1636, Page 372. At Merchants Hope 
Cr., upon the S. side of land formerly 
granted to sd. Sparshott. Due for his 
own per. adv. and that of his son, Ed- 
ward, & for the trans, of: Jeremiah 
Hayts & Jeremiah Watts. 

Same to THOMAS CURTIS, 300 acs. 
in Charles River Co., July 14, 1636, 
Page 373. On the N. side of the New 
Poquoson River, Westerly upon John 
Hayney branch, Easterly upon the Glea- 
be land. Due for the trans, of: John 
Hecher & Jon. Roberts and 200 acs. by 
deed of sale from John Davis. 

Same to HENRY WILLIAMS, 150 
acs. in Accomack Co., Sept. 6, 1636, 
Page 375. On the Old Plantation Cr., 
N. on the land of Henry Charlton, & 
S. W. on Fishing Point. 100 acs. due 
sd. Williams as an ancient planter in 
the time of Sir Thos. Dale, and the 
residue for the trans, of Susan Andrewes 
into the Colony. 

Same to THOMAS HUNT, 50 acs. 
in Accomack Co., Sept. 8, 1636, Page 
376. Within the Old Plantation Cr., 
adj. Westerly to the land of Thos. 
Smith. Due for his own per. adv. 

Same to EDWARD DREW, 300 acs. 
in Accomack Co., Sept. 8, 1636, Page 
376. Northerly upon land of John 
Howe, Southerly upon Thos. Powell. 
Due for the trans, of: John Ripley, 
Peter Higgison, Richard Wanes, Georg 
Hall, Thomas Stidwell, William Carter. 



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Same to JOHN HARLOW, 300 acs. 
in Accomack Co., Sept. 9, 1636, Page 

377. In the old plantation creek, N. up- 
on land of Henry Charlton & S. on fish- 
ing point. Due for his per. adv. & for 
the trans, of: Ann Harlow, his wife, 
Agnis Harlow, his sister, Step. Harlow, 
his son, Mathew Peake, William Pale. 

Same to THOMAS GASKINS, 300 
acs. in Accomack Co., Sept. 9, 1636, 
Page 377. On the main cr. of Old 
Plantation Cr. Due for his per. adv. & 
for the trans, of: Josias Gambling, 
Josias Gaskins, Eliz. Gaskins, Alice Gas- 
kins & Mary Gaskins. 

Same to JOHN WILKINS, 1300 acs. 
in Accomack Co., Sept. 9, 1636, Page 

378. On the E. side of Nanzemond 
River, adj. W. upon James Knott. Due 
for his per. adv. & for the trans, of: 
Bridgett Craft, Agnis Medlam, Rosomae 
Yetman, Henry Medcalfe, Georg Lee, 
Paul Trendall, Tho. Vincent, Joane Har- 
man, Richard Ganes, Mary Wells, David 
Kiffin, Wm. Woolfe, Richard Leake, 
Wm. Hutchinson, Antho. Stensby, 
Robert Stackhowse, William Willbourne, 
Michaell Bryant, William Cozier, Row- 
land Raine, Edward Writt, Stephen Bar- 
nett, William Crossman. 

Same to SAMUEL CURBY, 200 acs. 
In James City Co., Sept. 12, 1636, Page 

379. Upon a creek called Tanks Pasby 
hayes Creek. 100 acs. by deed of sale 
from Alexander Stomer, dated July 9, 
1636, and due said Stomer for the trans. 
of 2 persons, & the other 100 acs. due 
for the trans, by sd. Curby of f2 persons: 
Alice Curby, his wife, Rich. Pettitt. 
Robert Pitwell & Sampson Doubte. 

Same to JOHN BRIDGES, 250 acs. 
in Warrisquick Co., Sept. 13, 1636. 
Page 380. Adj. land formerly granted 
him. Due for his own per. adv. & for 
the trans, of 4 persons. (Names not 
given). 

Aug. 12, 1663 this patent was made 
in the name of John Gatlin. 

Same to JUSTINIAN COOPER, 1050 
acs. in Warrisquicke Co., Sept. 13, 1636. 
Page 380. Upon the head of Lawnes 
Cr., N. E. upon his dwelling howse. 



Due for his per. adv. & for the trans. 
of: Rich. Cosey, Nich. Man, John Cur- 
tis, John Coker, Henry Bonney, Cle- 
ments Evans, James Smith, Georg Stacy, 
Wm. Redman, Geo. Archer, Wm. Ban- 
nister, Wm. Cooke, Samll. Eldridge, 
Wm. Nosse, Mary Chicton, Jon. Davis, 
Robert Radye, Rich. Smith, Wm. Under- 
wood. 

Same to CHRISTOPHER BRANCH, 
100 acs. in Henrico., Sept. 14, 1636, 
Page 381. Easterly upon the river over 
against Harrow Attocks, Westerly upon 
the head of Proctors Cr., Southerly upon 
the Mouth of sd. creek. Due by ex- 
change from James Place, & due sd. 
Place for the trans, of: Richard Peirce 
and James Hunt. 

Same to THOMAS ALLEN, 550 acs. 
in Elizabeth City Co., Sept. 14, 1636. 
Page 381. To begin at the first branch 
that extends Southerly out of the Long 
Creek upon the E. side of Chisopeiak 
River, Westerly towards the great Indian 
feild. Due for the trans, of 11 persons. 
(Names not given.) 

Same to THOMAS BEAST, 200 acs. 
in Elizabeth City Co., Sept. 15, 1636, 
Page 382. Bounding upon Harris Creek, 
adj. land of Michael Peasly, N. towards 
land of Ralph Osborne, S. to land of 
Mr. Bonall. Due for his per. adv. & 
the trans, of: Mary Beast, his wife, & 
Richard Beast, his son. 

Same to HUMPHREY SCOWNE, 
100 acs. in Warrisquick Co., Sept. 16, 
1636. Page 383. On the S. side of 
Nanzemond River, between land of 
Joseph Sammond & John Berry. Due 
for his per. adv. & for the trans, of 
Wm. Edwards. 

Same to Same. 200 acs. in Warris- 
quick Co., Sept. 16, 1636, Page 384. 
Bettween land of Richard Bennett & 
Francis Hoofe. Due sd. Sowne for the 
trans, of 4 persons. (Names not men- 
tioned). 

Same to THOMAS BURBAGE, 300 
acs. in Elizabeth City Co., Sept. 16, 
1636. Page 385. Joining upon the land 
of John Sipsey in Elizabeth River. Due 



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by order of court at James City dated 
June 11, 1636. 

Same to Same. 200 acres in Warris- 
quick Co., Sept. 16, 1636, Page 385. 
On the S. side of Nansemund River 
about a mile up sd. river. Due as men- 
tioned just above. 

Same to RANDALL HOLT, 400 
acres in James City Co., Sept. 18, 1636. 
Page 386. Above the head of the 
Lower Chippoakes Cr., Southerly near 
the land of John Dunston. Due for the 
trans, of: Thomas Read, Willi. Lee, 
Ann Evans, John Harris. 

Same to STEPHEN WEBB, 150 acres 
in James City Co., Sept. 18, 1636. Page 
386. At Lower Chippoakes Cr., about 
a mile from the fore river, S. upon land 
of Wm. Carter, W. upon Sunken Marsh. 
Due for the trans, of: Richard Tarling, 
Georg Toulson & Walter Lest. 

Same to SAMUEL STEPHENS, 2,000 
acs. in Eliz. City Co., Sept. 20, 1636, 
Page 387. Being a neck of land stretch- 
ing Eastward from Chisipeian Bay, 
bounded on the S. by Harris' Creek, 
Northerly by the back river & West- 
wardly with the land late in the tenure 
of Walter Hodgskins. Due by right of 
descent from his father, Capt. Richard 
Stephens by order of court dated 27th 
April, 1630, which provides that Eliza- 
beth Stephens, Mother of the sd. 
Samuell, shall possess and enjoy her 
third interest in the said land during 
her natural life. 

Same to Same. 500 acs. in Warwick 
River Co., Sept. 20, 1636, Page 387. 
At the head of Blunt Point River, abut- 
ting Southerly on the land of John 
Bainham. Said land being due by right 
of descent from his father as also by 
deed of sale dated Nov. 22, 1631 from 
Richard James, Clarke (Clerk) then 
Attorney to Capt. William Clayborne. 
Granted to sd. Clayborne by order of 
court dated May 8, 1626. (Subject to 
the dower interest of his mother, as 
above stated.) 

Same to NATHANIELL CLARKE, 
100 acs. in Charles River Co., Sept. 22, 



1636, Page 390. Lying S. upon the 
New Poquoson River, West upon cr. 
adj. Thomas Harwood. Due by right 
of descent from his father, Edward 
Clark, as being an ancient planter in the 
time of Sir Thos. Dale. 

Same to WALTER HACKER, 600 
acs. in Charles River Co., Sept. 23, 
1636, Page 391. North upon the new 
Poquoson River, E. upon Thomas Cur- 
tis, & West upon the land of Robert 
Lucas. Due for the trans, of: Alice 
Hacker, his now wife, John Powell, 
Thomas Powell, Georg Haverell, Rich- 
ard Pate, John Williams, John Figg, 
Thomas Jones, John Bradbury, Henry 
Crow, Thomas Wingfeild. 

Same to WILLIAM CLARKE, 450 
acs. in Henrico Co., Sept. 29, 1636. 
Page 392. In Appamattuck River on 
Swifte Creek, 50 acs. thereof being al- 
lowed for a small island. Due for the 
trans, of: Ellins Burkett, Allen Tucker, 
Symon Richardson, Lawrence Farbarne, 
Humphrey Belt, Law. Jackson, Elizabeth 
Collins, Nicholas Browne, Samuell 
Church. 

Same to Same. 1100 acs. in Henrico 
Co., Sept. 29, 1636, Page 393. Same 
location. Due in right of his now wife, 
Dorothy Garner, late widow to Edward 
Garner, which was due to sd. Garner 
for the trans, of: Eliz. Willis, Edmund 
Pullum, Thomas Lawley, Thomas Somer- 
sale, John Humphrey, Barr. Farthing, 
John Melder, William Everedge, John 
Wall, Nich. Pledge, Robert Currant, 
Thomas Cooper, Charles Maxney, Rich- 
ard Jenings, Oliver Dennington, Nich. 
Oliver, Joane Bullock, Eliz. Curtis, 
Izabell Stubbs, Hester Partridge. 

Same to WALTER DANIELL, 100 
acs. in James City, Sept. 30, 1636. Page 
394. In Martins Hundred, adj. W. up- 
on land of Tho. Smith, Southerly upon 
Keths Cr. Due for the trans, of: Tho- 
mas Jennings & Richard Wright. 

Same to CORNELIUS LOYD, 800 
acs. in Elizabeth City Co., June 2, 1635, 
Page 394. On the S. side of the wester- 
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for the trans, of f 16 persons. (Names 
not given.) 

Same to MRS. ELIZABETH STE- 
PHENS, 1,000 acres in Charles City Co., 
Oct. 15, 1636, Page 395. Known by the 
name of flower de hundred, lying against 
the S. side of the main river over against 
Weyonoake. Due in right of descent 
from her father, Abraham Pearsey, late 
of Virginia, & is as part off her share 
and portion of inheritance as coheir 
frfom her father, who purchased same 
from Sir Georg Yeardley, Oct. 5, 1624. 

Same to THOMAS BENSTEAD, 50 
acs. Elizabeth City, Sept. 28, 1636. 
Page 395. At a place commonly called 
Pascalls neck, lying S. upon Point Com- 
fort Cr., E. upon Fox Hill, W. upon the 
Indian Stone. Due sd. Beansteed for 
the per. adv. of his wife Mary Ben- 
steed into the Colony. 

Same to WILLIAM LAYTON, 200 
acs. on the Southern side of Chisopeian 
Bay within the territory of Lynhaven, 
Northerly upon land of Capt. Adam 
Thorogood. Oct. 18, 1636, Page 397. 
Due for the per. adv. of his wife, Eliza- 
beth Layton, & for the trans, of: Isaac 
Woorgen, Samuell Ellis & John Baker. 

Same to HENRY SOUTHELL, 700 
acs. upon the Chesopeian shore within 
the Territory of Lyn haven, abutting 
Northerly upon the land of Wm. Lay- 
ton, Westerly & Southerly upon the 
river. Nov. 25, 1636. Page 399. Due 
for the trans, of: Elias Light, Richard 
Light, Wm. Layton, Geo. Lento, Wm. 
Basnett, Jathan Right, Jon. Eves, Sarah 
Palmer, Jon. Duncome, Rowld. Buddy, 
Thomas Heath, Ralph Simpkins, Han- 
nan Waddington, Alice (orEliz.) Alcott. 

Same to GEORGE SAPHEIR, 300 
acs. in Elizabeth City Co., Nov. 26, 
1636. Page 401. Joyning upon the old 
Poquoson river W. from the land of 
John Layden. Due for his per. adv. & 
for the trans, of: Jon. Hencing, 
Mathew Gouch, Jon. Dennis, Thomas 
Body, Henry Pomery. 

Same to HENRY BRADLY, 100 acs. 
in the County of Warwicksquicke, Nov. 



28, 1636, Page 402. Due for the per. 
adv. of his wife, Francis Bradly, & for 
the trans, of Walter Bill. 

Same to WILLIAM COX, 150 acs. in 
Henrico Co., Nov. 29, 1636, Page 403. 
About 2J/2 mi. above Harroe Attocks, 
W. & by N. upon the main river, 
Westerly upon the great swamp. Due 
for the trans, of 3 persons: Thomas 
Braxston, Richard Bird, Richard Hewes. 

Same to RICHARD MILTON, 75 
acres in Charles City Co., Nov. 29, 
1636,, Page 404. Lying and being at 
Westover, S. upon the main river, E. 
upon John Clay, W. upon Wm. Tomp- 
son, N. upon Herring Creek. One half 
part of a plantation formerily belonging 
to John Davis & John Clay in equal por- 
tions with all the buildings & howseing 
thereupon & sold by sd. Davis unto 
Thos. Stephens, Merchant. With his 
due share of buildings thereunti belong- 
ing being due to sd. Milton by deed of 
sale from Thomas Stegg, Merchant. 

Same to JAMES PLACE, 550 acs. in 
Henryco, June 1, 1636, Page 405. N. 
W. towards the falls of the great river 
& S. E. Easterly towards the land of 
Robert Hollum. Due of his now wife 
Elizabeth & due her as followeth: 250 
acs. in right of her first husband GEORG 
BOATES, due him for the trans, of sd. 
Elizabeth & 4 persons into the Colony; 
300 acs. in right of her late husband 
John Ward, of which 100 acs. was due 
him for his per. adv. as an ancient plan- 
ter in the time of Sir Thos. Dale & 200 
acs. for the trans, of his first wife Grace 
Ward & 3 persons into the Colony, all 
of whose names are: Cornelius Dehull, 
Vincent Dehall, Rich. Tombs, Jon. Mor- 
gan, Thos. Robinson & Richard Greete. 

Same to CORNELIUS LOYD, 100 
acs., Dec. 22, 1636, Page 406. On the 
E. side of the bay of Elizabeth River, 
Northerly upon Thos. Lambeth's land. 
Due for the trans, of 2 persons, whose 
names are not mentioned. 

Same to FRANCIS STOCKLEY, 50 
acs. in Accomack Co., Dec. 22, 1636. 
Page 406. Lying S. E. by S. on Old 
Plantation Creek & Westerly on Henry 



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Williams' land. Due for the ttrans. of 
Francis Jarvis. 

Same to LT. JOHN CHEESEMAN, 
200 acs. Dec. 22, 1636, Page 406. Ly- 
ing at the New Poquoson, S. W. upon 
land now in possession of Christopher 
Stokes & upon land of Thomas Ram- 
shaw. Due for the trans, of 4 persons, 
whose names are not mentioned. 

Same to ELLINOR DAY and THO- 
MAS EMMENSON, 300 acs. in War- 
wick River Co., Dec. 22, 1636, Page 
407. Beginning Westerly upon Clay- 
borne's Neck Pond, Southerly upon 
Thos. AttwelPs land. Due for the 
trans, of: Edward Sandall, Jon. Foard, 
Robert Bentall, Nathan Gudle, Georg 
Johnson. 

Same to RICHARD PRESTON, 150 
acs. about 4 mi. up Warwickquick River 
on the N. side thereof. Dec. 22, 1636, 
Page 407. Due for the trans, of his 
now wife & 2 persons, whose names 
are not mentioned. 

Same to EPAPHRODITUS LAW- 
SON, 200 acs. in Warwickquick Co., 
Dec. 23, 1636, Page 407. Adj. Wm. 
Parker's land on the E., Nanzamund 
River on the N. W. Due for the trans. 
of: Jon. Dipple, Wm. Ewin, Rich. 
Williams, Jon. Smith. 

Same to ARTHUR HASLINGTON, 
200 acs. in Warwickquick Co., Dec. 23, 
1636. Page 408. Adj. Epra. Lawson 
on the E. and N. W. upon Nansamund 
River. Due for the trans, of himself 
and Thomas Morgan, John Banister. 

Same to HENRY WILSON, 50 acres 
in Accomack Co., Dec. 23, 1636, Page 
409. Lying S. E. by S. on the Old 
Plantation Cr., Westerly on land of 
William Blower, Easterly on land of 
Francis Stockeley. Due for the trans, of 
Jasper Molton. 

Same to WILLIAM MELLING, 100 
acs. in Accomack Co., Dec. 23, 1636, 
Page 409. On the S. side of Kings Cr., 
Adj. Westerly on William Bilby's land. 
21 yr. lease. 



Sir John Harvey, Knight, Governor 
&c. to CAPT. THOMAS WILLOUGH- 
BY, 100 acs. at Musketo Point, E. up- 
on the second Eastern branch of Eliza- 
beth River, W. upon Warwicksquicke, 
S. upon the Southern branch & N. up- 
on James River. Feb. 13, 1636, Page 
410. Due for the trans, of: Thomas 
Price and William Kelridge. 

Same to Same. 200 acs. in the same 
vicinity. Feb. 13, 1636, Page 411. Due 
for the trans, of: Phillipp Stephens, 
Jon. Beadle, Ann Dawson. 

This patent renewed April 1, 1644 in 
the name of John Watkins. 

Same to GEORGE MENIFYE, Mer- 
chant, 1200 acs. in James City Co., Feb. 
23, 1636. Page 412. On W. side of 
Archers Houe Cr. Due ffor ttrans. of: 
24 persons whose name are given in 
Voil. 1, p. 20. 

Same to ELIZABETH BALLHASH, 
Widow, 450 acs. at Curies in Henrico 
Co., Feb. 25, 1636, Page 412. Upon 
Four Miles Cr., N. & W. upon the River 
adj. land late in the possession of 
Nicholas Ballington. Due by order of 
court dated Dec. 8, 1636, James City. 

Same to RICHARD COCKE, 3,000 
acs., March 6, 1636, Page 413. Easterly 
upon land now in the tenure of Robert 
Hallum, Westerly upon land of Thomas 
Harris & Southerly upon tthe main 
river. Due for the trans, of: Morice 
Rose, Tho. Pearson, Sym. Morley, Eliz. 
Gorgaine, Valent. Fletcher, Wm. Rogers, 
Tho. Love, Jon. Morlin, Dan. Evans, 
Ann Barfoote, Rich. Hill, Anth. Wallin, 
Eras. Harrison, Jon. Hearne, Joane Ely, 
Jon. Andrews, Wm. White, Jon. Jones, 
Humphrey Burcher, Henry Powndle, 
Jon. Williams, Wm. Harris, Jon. Chap- 
man, Nich. Oliver, Jon. Cooke, Tho. 
Parcost, Margaret Powell, Mary Huffe, 
Wm. Hastings, Isaac Horton, Georg 
Harrison, John Smith, James Tompson, 
John Hewett, Robertt Cheyny, John 
Shore, Kath. Shore, James Shore, Rich- 
ard Cooke, Antho. Wyyon, Thomas Tur- 
ner, John Northerne, Robert Lewis, 
John Johnson, John Browne, John 
Wattin, John Beadell, Robert Browne, 
John West, Wm. Hinton, Phillip Foster. 



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Same to CHRISTOPHER WOOD- 
WARD, 350 acs., March 8, 1636, Page 
414. North upon Appomattock River, 
E. upon Mr. William Farrar & W. up- 
on the winding river. Due for the per. 
adv. of himself, his late wife Margarett 
Woodward, his now wife Dorothy & 
for the trans, of 4 persons. (Names not 
given.) 

Same to CAPT. JOHN HOBSON, a 
tract of land in Isle of Wight County, 
bounded from Pagan Point Cr. hereafter 
to be called Hamstead Point, unto War- 
wicksquike River hereafter to be called 
New Towne Haven, and lying upon the 
S. side of James River. Due as a share 
of his adventure in the time of the 
Treasurer and Company dated May 2, 
1621. Patent dated March 16, 1630, 
Page 414. 

Note: Patent in the name of Patrick 
Kennedye for 600 acres in New Norfolk 
Countty was renewed in the name of 
JONATHAN LONGWORTH, Chirur- 
gion, and 600 acres added. Page 415. 

Sir John Harvey to ROBERT PAGE, 
500 acres in Elizabeth River Co., April 
13, 1636, Page 416. Being 5 mi. dis- 
tant from the mouth of the Western 
branch of Eliz. River. Due for the 
trans, of 10 persons, whose names are 
not mentioned. 

Same to EDMOND SCARBOROUGH, 

200 acres in Accomack Co., May 18, 
1637, Page 416. On the W. side of 
Magaty Bay. (Same as item mentioned 
previously in this volume.) 

Same to EDWARD MAJOR, 450 acs. 
in the Upper Co. of New Norfolk, May 
18, 1637, Page 416. N. E. upon 
Nansamund River, adj. land of Daniel 
Gookin. Due for the trans, of himself 
& Tho. Terrell, William Beates, Wil- 
liam Young, Arthur Purnell, John Rip- 
ple, Richard Grigson, Jone Grigson, 
John Griffitt. 

Same to THOMAS MEERES, 300 acs. 
in the Upper County of New Norfolk, 
May 17, 1637, Page 417. 3 mi. up in 
Eliz. River, adj. land of Wm. Ranshaw. 
Due for the trans, of 6 persons, whose 
names are not given. 



Same to FRANCIS HOUFGH, 800 
acs. in the Upper Co. of New Norfolk, 
May 17, 1637, Page 418. Beginning at 
the first cr. of Nansamond River on the 
S. side & extending towards the mouth 
off sd. river. Due for the trans, of 15 
persons, whose names are not given. 

Same to Same. 100 acs. in same 
county, on the S. side of Nansamond 
River, between land of Joseph Sammon 
& John Gary. Due by deed of sale 
from Humphrey Scone. May 17, 1637, 
Page 418. 

Same to Same. 200 acs. in same 
county, lying between the land of Mr. 
Richard Bennett & his own land. May 
17, 1637, Page 418. Due by deed of 
sale from Humphrey Scone. 

Same to Same. 400 acs. in same 
county. May 17, 1637, Page 419. Due 
by deed of sale from Joseph Johnson. 

Joseph Johnson, of London, Mer- 
chant,, unto FRANCIS HOUFGH, for 
valuable consideration, "all such quanti- 
ties and parcells of land as are due mee 
in Virginia as by order of Court doth 
appeare in pte (part) for my former 
Adventure from 16 18 untill this present 
yeare 1634 whereof is land wanting for 
4 persons transported this yeare in Capt. 
Tobias Felgates his shipp the Defense 
as shall appeare" etc. Dated Jan. 25, 
1634. Witness: Tho. Dewe. Page 419. 

Same to BENJAMIN HARRISON, 
600 acs. in James City Co., May 18, 
1637, Page 420. On the S. side of the 
river about 1^2 mi. up the upper Chip- 
poakes Cr. upon the E. side thereof 
near land of Jeremiah Clements upon 
the E. side of Sandy Point. Due by 
order of court dated June 3, 1635 & 
for trans, off: Robrt Sorrell, Thomas 
Essington, Richard James, Richard 
Court, Hen. Bagly, Humphrey Campion, 
Mathew Hauton, John Resburye, David 
Vaughan, Mathew Rayson, Christopher 
Hargrave. 

Same to JOHN WILKINS, 1300 acs. 
in the Upper Co. of New Norfolk, May 
18, 1637, Page 420. On E. side of 
Nansamond River, adj. Mr. White & 



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James Knott's land. Due for his per. 
adv. & for the trans, of: 25 persons. 
(Same as in abstract in P. B. 1, p. 378). 

Same to THOMAS ADDISON, 150 
acs. Upper Co. of New Norfolk, May 
20, 1637, Page 421. In Nansamond 
River, adj. land of Daniel Gookin. Due 
for the trans, of: Georg Borer, Gre- 
gory Pagram & Jon. Powell. 

Same to THOMAS HAMPTON, 700 
acs. in Upper Co. of New Norfolk, 19th 
May, 1637, Page 422. E. upon Nansa- 
mond River, S. upon two small Indian 
feilds near Powell's Cr. Due for the 
trans, of: Georg Sheare, William Read, 
Richard Harris, Eliza Harris, Thomas 
Thomas, Eliza. Thomas, Eliza White, 
Robt. Nuttall, John White, Edward 
White, Jarvis Smith, William Ward, 
Randall Browne, Ann Davenport. 

Same to Same. (Mentioned as 
Clerke) 300 acs. in the same county, 
adj. his own land. May 19, 1637, Page 
422. Due for trans, of: John Bag- 
wortth, Edward Dudly, John Bass, Tho- 
mas Hampton, Jon. Browne, Richard 
Egleston. 

Same to THOMAS HOLT, 500 acs. 
in the Upper Co. of New Norfolk, 22nd 
May, 1637, Page 423. On the N. side 
off the Eastern branch of Eliz. River, 
upon a cr. adj. land of Thos. Ranshaw. 
Due for his per. adv. & for the trans, 
of: Thomas Marsh, James Arundell, 
Yeoman Gibson, John Drake, Wm. 
Smith, Samll. Taylor, George Taylor, 
Nathaniell Cordey. 

Same to HENRY WOODHOWSE, 

Gent. 500 acs. in the Lower Co. of New 
Norfolk, May 22, 1637, Page 424. 
Within the mouth of the second bay 
preceding from the Long Cr. of the 
eastern side of Chisopeiake River, N. & 
S. along the bay. For the per. adv. of 
himself, wife Mary, daughter Elizabeth, 
& trans, of: Henry Brightman, Laur. 
Wilson, Jacob Bradchater Jon. Symons, 
Tho. Symons. 

Same to THOMAS DAVIS, 300 acs. 
in the Upper Co. of New Norfolk, May 
22, 1637, Page 424. Upon the S. side 



of fthe eastern branch of Eliz. Riv. op- 
posite Thomas Sawyer, 5 or 6 mi. up 
the river Easterly to the head thereof. 
Due for the trans, of: Joane Jobb, Ann 
Griffin, Geo. Tabott, Susanna Bony, 
Robert Pearse, Wm. Pett. 

Same to THOMAS CODD, 300 acs. 
in the Upper Co. of New Norfolk, May 
22, 1637, Page 425. Adj. Thomas Holt, 
lying Eastern branch of Eliz. Riv. Due 
for his per. adv. & for the trans, of 5 
persons. Georg Hockins is the only 
name mentioned. 

Same to THOMAS SAWYER, 300 
acs. in the Upper Co. of New Norfolk, 
May 22, 1637, Page 425. Adj. Thomas 
Codd. Due for the trans, of his wife, 
Frances Sawyer & 5 persons: Thos. 
Kirke, John Sykes, Richard Gylyard, 
Christo. Hamon, Wm. Packford. 

Same to THOMAS BRICE, 200 acs. 
May 22, 1637, Page 425. 100 acs. 
situate upon the back creek of the New 
Poquoson, Easterly towards the Bay & 
Northerly upon Samuel Bennett's first 
devident, and the other 100 acs. being 
upon the New Poquoson River. Due by 
order of court dated Aug. 28, 1633, 
being part of 500 acs. by the said order 
granted in right and by guift from Sir 
John Danvers, Knight. 

Same to WILLIAM MORGAN, alias 
Brookes, 100 acs. in Eliz. City Co., May 
22, 1637, Page 426. Upon the narrow 
of the back river, N. upon a creek which 
parts same from land of John Bowles & 
S. upon land of Robert Goodman. Due 
for the trans, of: Jon. Constantine & 
John Pugsley. 

Same to WILLIAM PARRY, 350 acs. 
in the Upper Co. of New Norfolk, May 
22, 1637, Page 426. At the entering of 
the narrow of the Easternmost branch of 
Nansamond River. Due for the trans, 
of his wife Ann, & 6 persons: Eliza. 
Greenwoods, Rich. Ridges, Hugh Jones, 
James Merfee, Wm. Joanes, Joseph 
Crosia. 

Same to WILLIAM PRIOR, Gent., 
200 acs. in Charles River Co., May 23, 
1637, Page 427. Adj. his own land & 



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Lewis Creek. Due for the trans, of: 
William Peirce, Wm. Norton, Ann 
Powell, Ann Cooke. 

Same to RICHARD BELL & CHRIS- 
TOPHER LAWSON, 500 acs. in James 
City Co., May 23, 1637, Page 428. 
Beg. at a little Indian Feild over against 
land of John Dansey. Due as followeth: 
200 acs. purchased by sd. Bell of Alex- 
ander Stonner & 50 acs. of Thomas Tay- 
lor, due sd. Taylor for his per. adv.; & 
250 acs. due sd. Lawson for the trans, 
of: Thomas Taylor, Willi. Reynolds, 
Willi. Coyte, Roger Andrewes, Ann 
Drawater. 

Same to THEODORE MOYSES, 
2,000 acs. in James City Co., May 23, 
1637. Page 428. Upon Tanks Pasby 
Hayes Creeke( running 2 mi. N. W. 
into the woods butting on Chichahominy 
River, Eastward upon land of John 
Mendham. Due for the trans, of: Jon. 
Notton, Francis Latner, Wm. Foster, 
Edward Tenches, Alice Fuller, Jon. Eles, 
Jon. Ferepoint, Tho. Wakefeild, Arthur 
Patient, Jon. Winchester, Edward Bran- 
ton, Rich. Thornton, Joanna Michell, 
Richard Cock, William Drummond, 
Francis Edsonne, Fr. Turner, Robert 
Roles, Euge. Boles, Robt. Gaunt, Wm. 
Hawkins, Hen. Bradshaw, Rich. Wes- 
ton, Lewis Abshere, Ann Belsome, Jon. 
Cooke, Robt. Asten, Adrey Garrett, 
Katherine Hackwell, Edward Bruton, 
Thomas Monday, Rich. Edwards, Wil- 
liam Pinnock, Jon. Hucock, Wm. Baker, 
Willi. Griffin, Wm. Smith, Thomas 
Cragg, Edward Simpkins. 

Same to THOMAS SYMMONS, 100 

acs. in Charles River Co., upon a creek 
adj. Humphrey Loyd and near land of 
Thomas Raye. Due sd. Symons for the 
trans, of his wife Alice Robins, and 
Richard Key. May 23, 1637, Page 429. 

Same to JOHN BURNETT, of Eden- 
borough, Merchant, 150 acs. in the Up- 
per Co. of New Norfolk, adj. Mossey 
Point belonging to John Gookin, May 
23, 1637, Page 429. Due for purchase 
from John Gookin, and due sd. Gookin 
for the trans, of: Edward Morgan, John 
London, William Pensint. 



Same to ROGER SYMMONS, 50 acs. 
in Charles River Co., May 23, 1637. 
Page 429. Butting upon the Oxford 
plantation & bounded on the S. side 
with the old Poquoson. Due for his 
per. adv. 

Same to THOMAS PAULE, 350 acs. 
in James City Co., May 25, 1637, Page 
430; Upon a swamp in chichahominy 
River, W. upon Pagan Creek. Due as 
followeth: 100 acs. for the per. adv. 
of his late father Francis Paule as being 
an ancient planter; 50 acs. for his 
mother Mathew Paule, 50 acs. for his 
sister Frances Paule & 50 acs. for his 
own per. adv. and for the trans, of: 
Tho. Grindon & Andrew Hoer. 

Same to JOHN DANSEY, 100 acs. 
in James City Co. upon Tanks Pasbye 
hayes Creek, May 25, 1637, Page 431. 
Due for the trans, of 2 persons, whose 
names are not mentioned. 

Same to WILLIAM WILKINSON, 

700 acs. in the Lower Co. of New Nor- 
folk, May 25, 1637, Page 431. Within 
Lyn haven commonly called Chesopeian 
River, W. upon Capt. Adam Thorogood. 
200 acs. due by assignment from Robert 
Newberke, Oct. 3, 1635, which land 
was due sd. Newberke for his own per. 
adv. & trans, of 3 persons. 500 acs. 
due for the per. adv. of himself & wife 
Naomy Wilkinson & trans, of: Edward 
Pearse, Hugh Jones, Martha Deacon, 
Thomas Craftin, Daniell Baker, John 
Boodes, John Johnson, Robert New- 
berke, Robert Laughton, John Goodwin, 
Thomas Preston. 

Same to WILLIAM DENHAM, 300 
acs. in Isle of Wight Co., May 25, 1637. 
Page 432. About 3 mi. up New Towne 
Haven River, N. W. from land of Tho- 
mas Jordan, & opposite land of Thomas 
Butler, Clerke. Due for the trans, of 6 
persons, whose names are not given. 

Same to RICHARD MILTON, 75 acs. 
in Charles City Co., May 26, 1637. 
Page 432. Being at Westover, S. upon 
the main river, E. upon John Clay, 
West upon William Thomason & N. 
upon Herring Cr., which land is half of 
a plantation formerly belonging to John 



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Davis & John Clay which they sold to 
Thomas Stegg, Merchant. Due by deed 
of sale from sd. Stegg. 

Same to WILLIAM HATCHER, 850 
acs. at Appamattock River, part upon 
Swift Creek, July 10, 1637, Page 433. 
Due as followeth: 450 acs. by assign- 
ment from William Clarke & 400 acs. 
for his per. adv. and trans, of: Benja- 
mine Gregory, Tho. Browne, Charles 
Howell, Eliza. Willis, & 3 persons men- 
tioned in a former patent. 

Same to WILLIAM COTTON, 
Clerke, 350 acs. July 10, 1637. P. 434. 
Called the old man's neck & lying be- 
tween two main branches of Hungers Cr., 
& Northerly upon land of Capt. William 
Stone. Due for the per. adv. of himself 
& his wife, Ann Graves, & for the trans, 
of: Elianor Hill, Richard Hill, Edward 
Esson, & 2 Negroes. 

Same to JOHN BAKER, 200 acs. in 
Henrico Co., July 12, 1637, Page 434. 
Near Varinas, adj. Easterly upon land 
of Seath Ward, Southerly upon his own 
& land of William Dance, Westerly to- 
wards Capt. Davis. Due for the trans, 
of: John Clarke, Morgan Watkins, 
John Mills, Elizabeth Wright. 

Same to HANNAH BOYES, 300 acs. 
in Henrico Co., July 13, 1637, Page 

435. Confirmation of former patent. 

Same to THOMAS SHIPPEY, 300 
acs. in Henrico Co., July 11, 1637, Page 

436. Confirmation of former patent. 

Same to RICHARD GREETE, 300 
acs. July 11, 1637, Page 437. Confir- 
mation. (See Vol. 1, p. 13.) 

Same to Capt. THOMAS HARRIS, 
July 12, 1637, Page 438. Confirmation. 
"Due unto the sd. Capt. Thomas Harris 
as followeth: 400 acs. being granted to 
Edward Gurganey by order of Court 
bearing date the first of October A. D. 
1617 from the late Treasurer and Com- 
pany and bequeathed by Ann Gurganey 
widdowe and relict of the said Edward 
Gurganey to the said Thomas Harris as 
by her last Will bearing date the 11th 
of February A. D. 1619 appeareth." 



Same to FRANCIS POYTHERS, 400 
acs. in Charles City Co., July 13, 1637, 
Page 439. Adj. his own land & E. up- 
on Capt. Woodliffe. Due for his per. 
adv. & for the trans, of: Richard Wells, 
Jone Lucus, Tho. Tompson, Rich. Fer- 
mer, Bryan Reycock, Francis Hewes, 
Richard Whiting. 

Same to THOMAS CAUSEY, 500 

acs. in Charles City Co., July 14, 1637. 
Page 440. On the S. side at the mouth 
of Appamattuck River, part thereof adj. 
Capt. Francis Eppes. Due for the trans, 
of: Willi. Maurice, Jon. Chambers, 
Daniel Feild, Robert Boddicutt, Jon. 
Craft, Robt. King, Jon. Barker, Jon. 
Bridges, Jon. Hodges, Lawrance Far- 
burne. 

Same to RICHARD WARD, 100 acs. 
in Henrico Co., July 14, 1637. Page 
440. At Varina, S. W. towards 2 Mi. 
Cr., Southerly upon the land of John 
Baker, Due for his per. adv., & 50 acs. 
by purchase from Bartholomew Farth- 
ing, who trans. Sarah Breman into the 
Colony. 

Same to CAPT. HENRY BROWNE, 
2250 acs. in James City Co., July 14, 
1637. Page 441. On the S. side of 
James River. 2,000 acs. granted by or- 
derof court Dated Dec. 12, 1634, & 50 
acs. by purchase ffrom Capt. William 
Perrye & Capt. Thomas Osborne, Over- 
seers of the Will of John Smith, in 
which he ordained the sale of sd. land. 
The following names appear under this 
patent: Laurc. Bristoe, Wm. Packett, 
Tho. Hull, Samll. Flood, Rich. Edwards, 
Robt. Jones, Saml.Burfoote, John Rat- 
sham, Samll. Swan, Will. Billbrough, 
Rich. Penill, Stephen Browne, Ralph 
Wood, Alice Mills, David Warner, 
trans, by Capt. Browne. Tho. Hinton, 
Mrs. Ann Browne, Andrew Noyce, John 
Morecock, Georg Jordan, Amey Hum- 
phrey, William Berry, Hontford Stubbs, 
these being in right of his wife; Ed- 
ward Lownes, Rich. Christmas, Wm. 
Bow, Rich. Makester, Henry Hart, Wm. 
Westwood. 

Same to LIEUT. RICHARD POPE- 
LEY, 700 acs., In the Lower Co. of 
New Norfolk, July 14, 1637, Page 442. 



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85 



Upon the Chesepeian shore in the terri- 
tory of Lyn haven, N. upon William 
Layton. Due sd. Popeley "in right of 
marriage with Elizabeth Stethell, the re- 
lict of Henry Stethell which was also 
due to him the sd. Stethell by and for 
the trans, at his own costs and charges" 
of: Elias Light, Rich. Light, William 
Layton, Geo. Lentall, Willi. Basnett, 
Jason Right, John Eves, Sarah Palmer, 
John Duncombe, Rowland Buckly, Tho. 
Heath, Ralph Simpkins, Hanna Wad- 
dington, Eliza. Alcutt. 

Same to WILLIAM MILLS, 350 acs. 
in Jame sCity Co., July 19, 1637, Page 
443. On the S. side of James River, N. 
upon Smith's fort, W. & by N. upon 
the main creek. Due for the trans, of: 
Wm. Burges, Wm. Godfry, Wm. Holli- 
day, John Garrett, Robert Bateman, 
John Grange, Nicholas Abdey. 

Same to HENRY POOLE, 150 acs. in 
the Lower Co. of New Norfolk, Aug. 9, 
1637, Page 444. In Lyn haven, N. up- 
on land of Henry Southerne now in 
possession Lt. Richard Popeley. Due 
for his per. adv. & for the trans, of: 
Joseph Smith, James Cooke. 

Same to WILLIAM PRIOR, 600 acs. 
in Charles River Co., Aug. 9, 1637, 
Page 445. Along Sandy Point to the 
Northward of Queens Cr., about 4 mi. 
from sd. cr. Due for the trans, of: 
Robert Fossett, Stephen Benn, Grace 
Amison, Abraham Keene, Walter 
Downes, Jon. Burch, Baraby Barnes, 
Anthony Grimston, Tho. Wilkinson, 
William Peirce, Cornelius Swillivan, 
Thomas Attera. 

Page 445: Confirmation of former 
patent to John Chew. 

Same to CAPT. FRANCIS HOOKE, 
100 acs. in Elizabeth City Co., Aug. 9, 
1637, Page 445. Upon the Strawberry 
bancks, N. W. upon a cr. next to the 
Fort feild, S. upon the main River, E. 
upon Thomas Aldis, & N. E. upon John 
Neale. The sd. land being in the tenure 
of Robert Partin & Gresham Covell. 
Being due by assignment from Capt. 
Thomas Purifye. 



Bill of Sale from Capt. Purifye to 
CAPT. FRANCIS HOOKE for the 
above tract. Consideration: 3,000 Lbs 
of tobacco in January next or three 
score and ten pounds Sterling in March 
next at the choice of sd. Purifye, the 
performance whereof the sd. parties bind 
themselves in the sum of one hundred 
pounds Sterling. May 16, 1637. Wit- 
nesses: Robert Evelin, John Redman. 

Sir John Harvey to CAPT. FRANCIS 
HOOKE, 50 acs. in Elizabeth City Co., 
Aug. 10, 1637, Page 446. Due by 
assignment from Mary Beanstead, widow 
of Thomas Beanstead. 

Same to JOHN CHEW, 500 acs. in 
Charles River Co., Aug. 6, 1637, Page 
447. Confirmation. 

Same to WILLIAM PRIOR, Gent., 
300 acs. in Charles River Co., Aug. 11, 
1637, Page 447. S. upon devident of 
Richard Townesend. Due for the adv. 
of himself and 5 persons the first year 
to the sd. Charles River. Mrs. Margarett 
Prior, his wife, Tho. Dilloe, Jeffery 
Merchant, Georg Leigh, Rice Davis. 

Same to HENRY HART, 250 acs. in 
James City Co., Aug. 15, 1637, Page 
450. At the head of the great creek. 
Due for the trans, of his wife, Elizabeth 
Hart, Martin Ward, Phillip Cleaver, 
Jone Walker, William Patrick. 

Same to JOHN HUCKS, 200 acs. in 
James City, on the S. side of James 
River, August 15, 1637, Page 450. 
Due for his per. adv. & trans, of: Jon. 
Rawlings, Jon. Hodson, Jane Moore. 

Same to WILLIAM CARTER, 200 
acs. in James City, August 15, 1637, 
Page 451. S. upon his own land, E. 
towards Chippoakes Cr. Due for the 
trans, of 4 persons, whose names are not 
mentioned. 

Same to ROBERT CRADDOCK & 
JOHN DAVIS, 600 acs. in Henrico Co., 
Aug. 15, 1637, Page 451. N. upon the 
great swamp, S. towards land of Alice 
Edloe, E. into the woods called by the 
name of the Longfeild. 300 acs. by 
assignment from William Cooke & 



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Richard Carpenter & 300 acs. for trans, 
of 6 persons, whose names are not 
mentioned. 

Assignment from John Baugh, of 
Varina, Planter, to William Cooke & 
Richard Carpenter, land patented June 
13, 1636. Witness: Benj. Carrill 

Assignment from Cooke & Carpenter 
unto John Davis & Robert Craddock, 
July 29, 1637. Page 452. 

Same to CAPT. JOHN SIBSEY, 1500 
acs. Lower New Norfolk Co., Aug. 17, 
1637, Page 453. Confirmation. 

Same to Same. 1500 acs. adj. Francis 
Towers, near Crany Point Island. Aug. 
17, 1637, Page 453. Confirmation. 

Same to JUSTINIAN COOPER, 
1050 acs., Aug. 16, 1637, Page 454. 
Confirmation. 

Same to ELIZABETH PARKER, 950 
acs. in Henrico Co., Aug. 17, 1637, 
Page 454. E. upon 4 mi. Cr., W. upon 
Seath Ward. Due in right of her late 
husband Serjant William Sharpe & 
Thomas Parker, who trans, the follow- 
ing: Rich. Vase, John Thomas, Lewis 
Jones, Leonard Loughton, William 
Cooke, Peter Hudsey, Edward Jones, 
Jon. Ward, William Woolley, Thomas 
Blancks, Jacob Dewitt, John Haman, 
Andrew Pratt, Christ. Stevenson, Christ. 
Beare, Jon. Shaddock, Francis Stone. 

Same to CHRISTOPHER STOAKES, 
300 acs. in Charles River Co., Aug. 16, 



1637, Page 455. At the New Poquoson, 
near land of John Watson. Due for the 
trans, of: William Freeman, Samuell 
Waltham, Richard Shatbold, Henry 
Hickman, William Watty, Henry Powell. 

Same to PERCIVALL CAMPION, 
500 acs. Upper Co. of New Norfolk, 
Aug. 18, 1637, Page 456. Adj. land 
of Mathew Atkinson. Due for the per. 
adv. of himself, wife Mary, & for the 
trans, of: John Pemy, Robert Caully, 
Nich. Gower, John Saye, John Laurwell, 
Jon. Price, Archela Stephens, James 
Midleton. 

Same to ROBERT BENNETT, 700 
acs. in Upper Co. of New Norfolk, Aug. 

18, 1637, Page 458. Near the mouth of 
Nansamond River, adj. Robert Newman. 
Due for the trans, of: James Leonard, 
Peter Rice, Elizabeth Gilbert, Georg 
Rowles, Robert Raby, Richard Haies, 
Phillip Pharin, Geo. Rotherum, John 
Ford, Jon. Lee, Ann Bussey, Richard 
Smith, Edward May, Elizabeth Russey. 

Same to GEORG WHITE, Clerke, 
150 acs. in Upper Co. of New Norfolk, 
Aug. 19, 1637, Page 458. Adj. his own 
land, John Wilkins, & Francis Hough. 
Due for the trans, of his wife, Blanch 
White, Peter White, Zachariah Taylor. 

Same to RICHARD BENNETT, 350 
acs. in Upper Co. of New Norfolk, Aug. 

19, 1637, Page 460. Confirmation of 
former patent. 

NOTE: This completes Vol. 1, No. I. 



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NORTHERN NECK BOOK NO. 1. 
By Phillip Ludwell, 
Agent for Lord Fairfax. 

Page 110. MR. THOMAS MOUNTJOY, of Westmoreland County, a tract of land 
in said county (acreage not given). Adjoining Andrew Monroe, land of 
Andrew Swillivant, (deceased) and upon Monroe's Creek. Surveyed by 
Alexr. Spence. Sept. 10, 1691. 

Page 112. Same. 94 acres, 1 rood, 29 perches in said county, adjoining another 
tract of sd. Mountjoy on Monroe's Creek. Sept. 11, 1691. 

Page 113. Surveyor's certificate for above tract of 94 acres. In Washington Parish. 

Page 114. MR. JOSEPH SUMNER, of Stafford County, 1800 acs. in sd. county, Sept. 
14, 1691. Formerly granted by Richard Bennett, Governor, to Wm. Whitt- 
bey of Warwick County, July 13, 1653, who by his last will & testament, 
dated 7th & 8th of January, 1654, bequeathed sd. land to his son 
Thomas. Said Thos. dying without heirs the sd. land escheated. Butting 
Easterly upon Potomac River on the mouth of Pasbetansey Cr. Sept. 
14, 1691. 

Page 115. Richard Bennett to WM. WITTBY, 1800 acs. in Northumberland Co. 
(Above tract) Due unto sd. Whitby by virtue of an agreement made 
with the Lady Elizabeth Lunsford in the presents of Sir Wm. Berkeley 
& Col. Ludlow, & for trans, of 36 persons. (Names not given) July 
13, 1653. 

Page 116. Petition of JOSEPH SUMNER for sd. land. Granted July 25, 1680, pay- 
ing composition and all arreares of quittrents when demanded. Signed: 
Nicho. Spence. 

Page 116. Verdict of Jury in connection with sd. petition. "An inquisition had & 
taken at the house of Mr. James Ashton in the county aforesaid, etc." 
Proved that Thos. Whittby had no heirs in this country. Jurors: Joseph 
Hayward, Tho. Odonell, Burr Harrison Robt. Richards, Robt. 
Allexander, Wm. Key, Edward Humston, Jonah Randall, Anth. Buckner, 
Wm. Bankes, Samll. Hayward, Robt. Hewitt. 

Page 117. MR. DENNIS MACARTE, of Rappahannock Co., 250 acres in Northum- 
berland Co., bounded by a branch of Wiccocoamaco Riv., dividing this 
from land of James Pope. Sept. 15, 1691. Formerly granted to Robt. 
Kinge, Feb. 4, 1662 & by him deserted; granted to JOHN ALLAWAY, 
Oct. 27, 1687, who sold to sd. Macarte for 4,000 lbs. of tobacco. 

Page 119. At a court held at James City Oct. 27, 1687. Present: Mr. Auditor 
Bacon, President & Councell. Order granted sd. Allaway to take up sd. 
250 acres. W. Edwards, Clk. Generall Court. 

Page 119. Conveyance of said land by Allaway to sd. Macarte, acknowledged in 
Rappahannock Court July 2, 1690, recorded on the 25th July, Teste: 
Wm. Colston, Clk. Witnesses: Thomas Parker & George Taylor. Record 
states this land was in dispute in James City Co. Generall Court by 
Edward Sanders and sd. Macarte. 

Page 119. JOHN KYRBY, of Lancaster Co., 200 acres in sd. county, Dec. 11, 1691. 
Part of a patent of 500 acres formerly granted to Thomas Powell, Oct. 
24, 1650. On the N. side of Rappa. river. Bequeathed by Rawley 
Powell to sd. Kyrby by his will, "recorded in this office." (Lancaster.) 



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Page 121. "In the Name of God Amen Febry. 6, 1686, I RAWLEIGH POWELL 
of the County of Lancaster planter, being in perfect memory but weake 
of body doe make this my last Will & Testoment. Imprimus — I give & 
bequeathe unto my father in law John Kyrby all the land belongeing to 
me which lyeth on the upper side of the Bridges. 2nd I give unto my 
sister Ann Dacres all the neck of land on this side of the Bridges. 3rd, 
I give & Bequeathe to my brother Thomas Kyrby my young horse, Bridlej 
sadle, my gun, two cows & two calves. 4th, I give & bequeath to 
Nathaniel Norton my owne rideing horse. 5th, I make & ordeyne my 
father in law John Kryby my whole & sole Exor. 6th, I give to Ann 
Mason my Goddaughter two cowes & two calves. Witnesses: Nathaniel 
Browne, John Dareing, Stephen Tomlyn, John Hawkins. 

Page 121. CAPT. DAVID FOX & MR. WM. ROGERS, of Lancaster Co., 367 acs. 
in sd. county, Dec. 17, 1691. Between sd. Rogers' & John Carpenter's 
land, near John Mott, Thos. Chattwins' Bridges & Tract formerly taken 
up by Thos. Cheatwood (July 9, 1663). 

Page 123. Certificate of Geo. Heale, Surveyor, Mar. 23, 1686 re the above tract. 

Page 124. Petition of Wm. Rogers for sd. land, James City April 26, 1687. 

Page 124. Letter of Will. Rogers to Mr. Whitehead, advising survey should have 
been in the name of David Fox as well as in his own. Nov. 15, 1691. 

Page 124. Certificate of Geo. Cooper, Surveyor, dated March. 14, 1688 for 176 acs. 
in Northumberland Co. in the name of John Champion, on S. side Great 
Wiccocomaco River, near Thomas Williams, Mr. Dameron's Creek. 
Formerly granted to Thos. Byram, Oct. 11, 1656. 

At a Generall Court held at James Citty 22nd day of Sept. 1680, Present: 
Sir Henry Chickley, Col. Nath. Bacon, Col. Wm. Cole, Col. John Custis, 
Col. Fra. Leigh, Col. Jno. Page, Order for above patent. Teste: Henry 
Hartwell, Clk. 

Page 123. Sd. Campion presents grant by order of Genrll. Court. Teste: Rowland 
Davis, Clk. of the Land Office for the Northern Tract. 
Certificate of Edwin Conway, Surveyor, for 528 acs. in Rappa. & Lan- 
caster Counties in the name of THO. LEWIS & EDWARD LEWIS, 
Febry. 18, 1690. On branch of Yoacomaco River, near Thos. Robison & 
John Headley. 

Certificate of sd. Conway for two parcels of land in Rappa. Co. on W. 
side of the N. branch of Totoskey Cr. near Wm. Clayton, Lewis Richards 
& Geo. Bryer. 414 Acres. 

THOMAS WILLIAMS, of Northumberland Co., 500 acs. in sd. co. Jan. 
6, 1691. Adj. Geo. Fletcher, Dennisses Cr. which divides this land from 
Thos. Prichett, near Abraham Byram. Formerly granted to Richard Budd 
by patents dated 30 Jan. 1650 & Dec. 1, 1653. By will dated Oct. 22, 
1659, sd. Butt Revised this land to his wife, Elizabeth. 

Page 121 . Statement of Jurors concerning the above tract which escheated to the 
proprietor upon the death of Eliz. Budd. who died without heirs. Jurors: 
Henry Hurst, Wm. Barry, Henry Atmore, Thomas Brewer, Jno. Swanson, 
Jno. Hany, John Bowen, Jno. Ocampian, Wm. Hartland, Samll. Gooch, 
Tho. Feme, Samll. Mahane. 

Page 128. CAPT. SAMUEL TRAVERS of North Farnham Parish in Rappa. Co., 
100 acs. in sd. county & parish on Farnham Cr. about half a mile up the 
cr. Mar. 11, 1691/2. Beg. at Pipemakers Cr. Opposite land of Luke 
Billington. The said land was formerly sold by Wm. Loyd & Mary, his 



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wife by deed dated Apr. 29, 1667 to Giles Husey. Sd. Husey by his 
will bequeathed same to Wm. Travers, father of Samll., & Mr. Giles 
Cole, Dec. 30, 1668. 

Page 130. Deed from Wm. Loyd & wife, of Rappa. Co., to Giles Hussey, of the 
same County, in consideration of 2,000 lbs. of tobacco & caske, convey- 
ing above tract. Witnesses: John Brothett & Ellinor Allen. 
Assignment of Cole to Wm. Travers his interest in the above. Recorded 
Feb. 15, 1674. Witnesses: Edmond Crash & Amory Buttler. Teste: 
Robt. Payne, Clk. 

Page 131. Rappa. Co., Dec. 30, 1668. Will of Giles Hussey. Mentions his brother, 
Thomas Hussey, of Blanford in Dorsett County (England) also James 
Cole. Witnesses: Alexr. Fleminge, John Weire, Humphrey Booth, 
James Rae & Geo. Taylor. 

Certificate from Nicholas Spencer authorizing grant of above tract to 
Samuel Travers. Aug. 27, 1686. 

Page 132. CAPT. LAWRENCE WASHINGTON of Westmoreland Co., 550 acs. 
in said county, March 15, 1691/2. Formerly patented by John Alexan- 
der, Sr., Mar. 23, 1664, & by him deserted. Lying upon the S. side of 
Attopin Cr., E. upon tract formerly in possession of John Vauhan, W. 
upon tract surveyed by George Weedon, Daniel White & Michael 
Phillips. 

Page 133. Wm. Berkeley, Gov. to JOHN ALEXANDER the above tract. For trans, 
of 11 persons (Names not goven) Teste: R. Beaverly. 
Order of Generall Court in the name of Law. Washington to patent the 
sd. 550 acres. Wm. Edwards, Clk. Gen. Ct. 

Page 134. JOHN GRYMES of Gloucester Co., Ware Parish, 100 acres in Rappa. 
& Lancaster Cos. in N. Farnham Parish on N. side of Rappa. River. 
Mar. 18, 1691/2. Being S. W. upon Fleets Cr. on the N. side of Rappa. 
Towne. Granted to Charles Grymes father of sd. John Dec. 26, 1653. 

Page 135. JOHN GRYMES, same as above. 1,000 acs. in Rappa. Co., Opposite 
Col. Henry Fleete, S. W. upon Mannakin Cr. This land formerly 
patented by John Stephens, 13 Mar. 1657, and by the will of sd. Stephens 
Bequeathed unto John Fulcher & Alexr. Dudly & their heirs forever, 
will dated Mar. 1, 1661. Said Fulcher, having survived said Dudly, 
bequeathd unto sd. Grymes the sd. 1,000 acres. 

Page 137. JOHN STEPHENS' Patent for the above 1,000 acs. Teste: Edw. 
Harrison, Clk. Ct. 

John Stephens' will. Conveys 1,000 acs. in Rappa. Cr. "on the same 
side the Indians liveth" to John Fulcher son in law to Mr. Richard 
Webley and 500 unto Alexr. Dudly, son of Richard Dudley; 500 acs. to 
sd. Webley as well as one-half moiety of his hogs in Rappa. Cr. "they 
being of the same marke of John Wrackams which is upon record, only 
a nick on the right eare" "This will was proved (by compareing the 
witnesses hands they being dead) in open court this 6th day of Febry. 
1677.'' Teste: Edmo. Craske, Clk. 

Page 138. Fulcher's assignment to Grymes, Mar. 6, 1684/. Witnesses Bryan Hodg- 
son & David Pursell. 

Page 138. MRS. ELIZABETH LORD, 164 acs., March 19, 1691/ at the head of 
Pope's Cr. Westmoreland Co., near John Butler's house. Formerly sur- 
veyed for Capt. John Lord, Nov. 8, 1683, by Robt. Chamberlaine. 



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Page 140. Surveyor's certificate re the above. 

BENJAMIN HINSLEY, of Rappa. Co., 49 acs. on N. side of Rappa. 
Riv. in sd. county, Mar. 20, 1691/2. Beg. where Col. Potter's & Mr. 
Doughty's lines intersect, near James Phillips & Capt. Wm. Moseley. 

Page 142. Surveyor's certificate re above. 

JOHN WRIGHT, of Westmoreland Co., 107 acs. in Washington Parish, 
sd. co. 21 March, 1691/2. Upon Machotick Dam & land of Robt. 
Housen, deed., John Withers formerly belonging to Joseph Headnutt, 
deed., who died without heirs. 

Page 144. Certificate of Alexr. Spence, Surveyor, re above, in which the names of 
adj. owners are given as Robt. Houseing & Jos. Hadnutt. 
RICE WILLIAMS, of Westmoreland Co., Washington Parish, 107 acs. 
in sd. county & parish. Mar. 21, 1691/2. Adjoining Jno. Wright, Robt. 
Housen, Deed. & Henry Ashwell; formerly in possession of Jos. Had- 
nutt & one Sympson, joint tenants both dee'd. without heirs. 

Page 146. Certificate of survey re above. 

Letter dated 28 July, 1691 at Chotanke from Jno. Withers to Mr. White- 
head in which he refers to sd. Williams as "a honest poore man." 
MARTIN FISHER, 726 acs. in Westmoreland Co., 21, 1691/2. Adj. 
Robt. Vaulx, Jno. Butler, Maj. Ware's path, to line of Mr. Payne called 
Ireland. 

Page 148. Oct. 27, 1673, surveyed from Capt. Jno. Lord by order of Thos. Kirton. 
Wm. Horton, Survr. 

Deed from John Lord, the elder, of Westmoreland Co. to Martin Fisher, 
of Rappa. Co. 7,500 Lbs. of tobacco & caske Nov. 6, 1685. Witnesses: 
Francis Stone & Thos. Glayd. 

Relinquishment of dower in the above by Elizabeth Lord. Witnesses: 
Wm. Horton & David Whitliffe. 

Page 149. JOHN WAUGH, "Minister of God's Word," 6350 acs. in Stafford Co. 
on Potomac Run, Mar. 22, 1691/2. 

Page 150. Certificate of Theodorick Bland, Survr. re above. 

CAPT. MARTIN SCARLETT, 320 acs. in Stafford Co. March 22, 
1691/2, on W. side of N. branch of Morumscoe Cr. 



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INDEX 



A 

Abbott, Christo 69 

Jon 71 

Symon 74 

Abdey, Nich 85 

Abshere, Lewis 83 

Ackerman, Robt 71 

Addison, Thos 82 

Agar, Edw 73 

Alcott, Alice 79 

Alcutt, Eliza 79-85 

Aldis, Thos 85 

Allen, Edwd 69 

Mary 75 

Oliver 74 

Thos 77 

Amison, Grace 85 

Andrewes, Roger 83 

Susan 76 

Andrewes, Jon 80 

Wm 68 

Antherson, Wm 75 

Archer, Geo 77 

Armetrading, Hen 69 

Arnall, Robt 70 

Arnwood, Roger 71 

Arundell, James 82 

John 67 

Peter 67 

Ashly, Thos 69 

Ashton, Walter 71 

Asten, Robt 83 

Atkins, Richard 67 

Atkinson, Mathew 86 

Richard 67 

Attera, Thos 85 

Attwell, Thos 80 

Atwell, Israeli 72 

Atwell, Nicholas 70 

Ascome, John 76 

Averie, Jacob 67 

B 

Bagly, Hen 81 

Bagnall, Roger 72 

Bagnoll, Henry 70-76 

Bagworth, John 82 

Bainham, John 78 

Bailie, Thos 69 

Baker, Daniel 83 

John 74-75-79 

Richard 74 

Wm 83 



Baldwyn, John 74 

Ball, Richard 67 

Baly, Richard 75 

Ballhash, Eliza 80 

Ballington, Nich 80 

Banister, John 69-80 

Banks, Rich 72 

Bannister, Steph 69 

Wm 77 

Barber, Wm 68 

Barfoote, Ann 80 

Barker, Jon 84 

Wm 72 

Barnes, Barbery 85 

Barnett, Nich 71 

Steph 77 

Bass, John 82 

Basnett, Wm 79 

Willi 85 

Bateman, Robt 85 

Baugh, John 86 

Baxter, Wm 74 

Baylie, Wm 69 

Baywell, Thos 71 

Beadell, John 80 

Beadle, Jon 80 

Beast, Mary 77 

Richard 77 

Thos 77 

Beanstead, Marv 79-85 

Thos 79-85 

Beard, Joane 70 

Wm 70 

Beare, Christo 86 

Beates, Wm 81 

Bell, Rich 70-83 

Wm 69 

Benn, Steph 85 

Belsome, Ann 83 

Bennett, Eliz 69 

Joane 74 

Nich 72 

Rich 73-76-77-81 

Robt 68-73-86 

Saml 74-82 

Thos 76 

Benstead, Mary 85 

Thos 85 

Bentall, Robt 80 

Berriman, Wm 70-76 

Berry, Eliz 76 

James 76 

John 77 



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Berry, Wm 84 

Bibby, Mary 76 

Wm 76 

Bick, Fr 75 

Bilby, Wm 80 

Bill, Walter 79 

Billbrough, Will 84 

Bird, Richard 79 

Bird, Wm 71 

Bishopp, Oliver 74 

Blackstone, Jon 69 

Blackweil, Roger 74 

Blake, Edw 73 

Blancks, Thos 86 

Bland, Edw 75 

Blaney, Edw 67 

Blewitt, Bennett 73 

Eliz 73 

Bloare, John 69 

Blore, Wm 68 

Blower, Wm 80 

Boates, Eliz 79 

Geo 79 

Body, Thos "9 

Boddicutt, Robt 84 

Boles, Euge 83 

Bonall, Jas 68 

John 67 

Bony, Susanna S2 

Bonney, Henry 77 

Bolton, Jone 72 

Boodes, John 83 

Boone, Eliz 70 

Borer, Georg 32 

Boulton, Rich 67 

Boulding, Thos 68 

Bow, Wm 84 

Bowles, John 82 

Box, Mary 75 

Boxe, John 75 

Boyer, Thos 69 

Boyse, Cheyney 74 

Hannah ^4-84 

Luke 74 

Bradbury, John 78 

Bradchater, Jacob 82 

Bradley, Frances 79 

Henry 74-79 

Bradshaw, Hen 83 

Brames, Blanch 69 

Branch, Christo 77 

John 73 

Branche, Christo 73 

Branton, Edw 83 

Brasey, Foulke 69 

Braxton, Thos 79 

Breman, Sarah 84 



Brewer, Jefrery 72 

Brice, Thos 82 

Bridges, John 75-77-84 

Thos 72 

Brightman, Henry 82 

Brill, Peter 71 

Bristoe, Laur 84 

Brooke, Thos 72 

Browne, Antho 72 

Ann 84 

Henry 84 

Jon 80-82 

Nich 78 

Randall 82 

Robt 80 

Stephen 84 

Thos 70-84 

Browning, Geo 71 

Brownser, Thos 69 

Bruffin, John 69 

Bruton, Edw 83 

Jon 68 

Bryant, Michael 77 

Buck, Rich 71 

Bucher, Wm 69 

Buckley, Rowland 79 

Buckly, Rowland 85 

Bullock, Joane 78 

Bulmer, Benis 71 

Burbage, Thos 77 

Burch, Jon 85 

Burcher, Humphrey 80 

Burditt, Wm 68 

Burfe, James 71 

Burfoote, Saml 84 

Burges, John 73 

Wm 85 

Burkett, Ellins 78 

Burnett, John 83 

Nich 75 

Burroughs, Ann 73 

Christo 73 

Wm 73 

Burrows, Mathew 69 

Burt, Edw 69 

Bussey, Ann 86 

Busher, Mable 73 

Butler, Joane 69 

Robt 72 

Thos 83 

Wm 73 

Butlinge, Tho 74 

C 

Cakhropp, Christo 76 

Campion, Humph 81 

Mary 36 



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Campion, Percivall 86 

Cane, Robert 73 

Mandolin 72 

Careleys, Henry 70 

Carpenter, Rich 35-86 

Carplights, Pole 74 

Carrill, Benj 86 

Carter, Alice 75 

Ann 75 

Avis 75 

Wm 75-76-78-85 

Cassell, Humph 75 

Casson, Thos 69 

Caully, Robt 86 

Causey, Thos 73-84 

Cawker, John 72 

Chambers, Jon 84 

Champion, Edw 71 

Percivall 69 

Chandler, John 67 

Chant, Andrew 74 

Chapman, Jon 80 

Charlton, Henry 76 

Chawke, John 73 

Cheeseman, John 72-73-74-80 

Chessheire, Robt 69 

Chew, John 76-85 

Chicton, Mary 77 

Chikott, Tho 69 

Christmas, Dictoris 72 

Isabel 72 

Richard 34 

Church, Saml 78 

Cheyny, Robt 80 

Clarke, Dorothy 78 

Edward 78 

John 69-84 

Nath 78 

Uriah 75 

Wm 72-78-84 

Clay, John 79-83-84 

Clayborne, Wm 78 

Clayton, Tho 70 

Cleaver, Phillip 85 

Clement, Edey 69 

Jeremiah 69-81 

John 69 

Clooke, Thos 74 

Clopham, Wm 72 

Cloyse, Phettiplace 74 

Cock, Hugh 71 

Richard 83 

Cocke, Lewis 69 

Richard 80 

Codd, Thos 82 

Coffin, Frances 70 

Coker, John 77 



Cole, John 74 

Cole, Rich 69 

Robt 72 

Thos 69 

Wm 69 

Coleman, Henry 69-75 

Katherine 75 

Colert, Chri 76 

Collect, Geo 74 

Collier, Daniell 74 

Collins, Eliz 78 

Hen 71 

Walter 71 

Combes, Richard 72 

Connagrave, Thos 69 

Constantine, Jon 32 

Cook, Ann 83 

Cooke, Barth 75 

Jane 70 

James 85 

John 70-80-83 

Richard 75-80 

Wm 77-85-86 

Cooper, Jon 71 

Justinian 77-86 

Thos 78 

Copplestone, Annanias 70 

Corbett, Robt 72 

Cordey, Nath 82 

Cosey, Rich 77 

Costen, Georg 72 

Cotterell, Edw 72 

Cotton, Ann 84 

Wm 34 

Court, Richard 81 

Courtney, James 69 

Covell, Gresham S5 

Cox, Hugh 71 

Rich 76 

Wm 79 

Coyte, Willi 33 

Cozier, Wm 77 

Crabb, Jon 73 

Craddock, Robt 85-86 

Craft, Bridgett 77 

John 84 

Craftin, Thos 83 

Cragg, Thos 83 

Creedle, Richard 75 

Crich, Rich 75 

Crippin, Kath 71 

Cripps, Kath 71 

Crosbye, Hen 71 

Crosia, Jos 82 

Crossman, Wm 77 

Crow, Henry 78 

Croxton, Alice 75 



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Crumpe, Thos 71 

Curby, Alice 77 

Saml 77 

Currant, Robt 78 

Curtis, Eliz 78 

John 77 

Thos 76-78 

D 

Dance, Wm 84 

Dangle, Thos 72 

Daniell, Walter 78 

Dansey, John 83 

Danvers, John 82 

Darnoly, Wm 69 

Davenport, Ann 82 

Davis, John 68-76-77-79-85 

Rice 85 

Thos 69-82 

Walter 68 

Wm 69 

Dawkes, Henry 67-71 

Wm 74 

Dawson, Ann 80 

Dawtres, John 69 

Day, Ellinor 80 

Jon 68-75 

Deacon, Martha 83 

DeHall, Vincent 79 

Dehull, Cornelius 79 

De la Rey, Jacques 75 

Denham, Wm 83 

Dennett, John 69-71 

Dennington, Oliver 78 

Dennis, Jon 79 

Depoma, Lewis 71 

Dewe, Thos 86 

Dewitt, Jacob 86 

Dickenson, Wm 68 

Dilloe, Tho 85 

Dipple, Jon 80 

Dixon, Rich 75 

Dodman, John 70 

Doubte, Sampson 77 

Downes, Walter 85 

Dowson, Gilbert 74 

Drake, John 82 

Drawater, Ann 83 

Drew, Edw 76 

Henry 71 

Drummond, Wm 83 

Dugg, Robt 69 

Dudly, Edw 82 

Dunberbeach, Elianor 69 

Duncome, Jon 79 

Duncombe, John 85 

Duning, Rich 72 



Dunningham, Rich 69 

Dunston, John 79 

E 

Eastcote, John 69 

Eastwood, Edw 67 

Eaton, Nath 69 

Sam 71 

Eaworth, Mary 69 

Edes, Alice 71 

Edloe, Alice 74-85 

Edsonne, Francis 83 

Edwards, Jon 72 

Rich 83-84 

Wm 77 

Egleston, Rich 82 

Eldridge, Saml 77 

Eles, Jon 83 

Ellis, Saml 73-79 

Ely, Joane 80 

Emmenson, Thos 80 

Emmerton, Alice 74 

Essington, Thos 81 

Esson, Edw 84 

Eusell, Christo 74 

Evans, Ann 78 

Chri 76 

Clement 77 

Dan 80 

John 69 

Richard 68 

Evelin, Robt 85 

Everedge, Wm 78 

Everett, Christo 72 

Eves, Jon 79-85 

Ewin, Wm 80 

Eppes, Francis 84 

F 

Fann, Wm 69 

Farbarne, Lawr 78-84 

Farr, John 72 

Farrar, Wm 81 

Farrington, Cha 69 

Farthing, Barthol 78-84 

Farthin, Robt 76 

Fawdon, Geo 73 

Feild, Daniel 84 

Jon 72 

Felgate, Tobias 81 

Ferepoint, Jon 83 

Fermer, Rich 84 

Ferris, Rich 75 

Figg, John 78 

Fitz Garrell, John 76 

Fleete, Henry 67 

Fletcher. Tames 69 

Valent 80 



Cavaliers and Pioneers 



95 



Flint, Thos 70 

Flood, Jon 71 

Rich 71 

Saml 84 

Foard, Jon 80 

Ford, John 76-86 

Wm 76 

Fossett, Robt 85 

Foster, Armstrong 69 

Nicholas 71 

Phillip 80 

Wm 83 

Zachariah 72 

Fowler, James 71 

Freeman, Mill 70 

Wm 86 

Freez, Arnall 76 

Fuller, Alice 83 

Fulwood, John 67 

G 

Gallopin, Wm 69 

Gambling, Josias 77 

Ganes, Richard 77 

Garner, Dorothy 78 

Edw 78 

Garrett, Adrey 83 

John 85 

Gary, John 81 

Gaskins, Alice 77 

Eliz 77 

Josias 77 

Mary 77 

Thos 77 

Gass, Jon 70 

Gatlin, John 77 

Gaunt, Robt 83 

Gedon, Anne 76 

Gibson, John 73 

Yeoman 82 

Gilbert, Eliz 86 

Giles, John 69 

Gill, Wm 71 

Godbeare, Hector 71 

Godfrye, Jon 72 

Wm 85 

Goodin, Georg 76 

Goodman, Robt 82 

Goodson, Jon 71 

Goodwin, John 83 

Gookin, Daniel 81-82-83 

Gorgaine, Eliz 80 

Gouch, Mathew 79 

Gower, Nich 86 

Gowning, Jon 71 

Graies, Thos 67 

Grandy, John 69 



Grange, John 85 

Graves, Ann 84 

Greene, Eliz 74 

Jon 69 

Judith 71 

Robt 72 

Greenwoods, Eliza 82 

Greete, Rich 79-84 

Gregory, Benj 84 

Griffin, Ann 82 

John 73 

Willi 83 

Griffitt, John 81 

Grigson, Jone 81 

Richard 81 

Griges, Saml 70 

Grimes, Edw 72 

Grimston, Antho 85 

Grindon, Tho 83 

Grizzell, Humph 75 

Gudle, Nathan 80 

Gurganey, Ann 84 

Edw 84 

Gun, Wm 72 

Gylard, Richards 82 

H 

Hacker, Alice 78 

John 73-76 

Walter 78 

Hackwell, Katherine 83 

Haies, Richard 86 

Hale, Edw 70 

Hall, Edw 69-72 

Geo 74-76 

Hallum, Robt 74-80 

Hally, Jos 76 

Haman, John 86 

Hamon, Christo 82 

Hampton, Thos 81-82 

Wm 68 

Hargrave, Christo 81 

Harlow, Ann 77 

Agnis 77 

Tohn 77 

Step 77 

Harman, Joane 77 

Harmer, Ann 69 

Chas 69 

Eliz 69 

Harper, Francis 71 

Harris, Eliza 82 

Hen 69 

Joane 71 

Tohn 78 

Thos 71-73-74-84 

Rich 82 



96 



Cavaliers and Pioneers 



Harris, Wm 80 

Harrison, Benj 68-81 

Eras 80 

Georg 80 

Hart, Eliz 85 

Henry 84-85 

Harte, Henry 71 

Robena 71 

Harvey, Thos 71 

Hartwell, Hen 69 

Harwell, John 72 

Harwood, Nich 68 

Thos 67-68-70-78 

Haslewood, Walter 76 

Haslington, Arthur 80 

Hastings, Wm 80 

Hatcher, Wm 74-84 

Hatcock, Tho 69 

Hauton, Mathew 81 

Haverell, Georg 79 

Hawkes, Mary 71 

Hawkings, Thos 74 

Hawkins, Eliz 74 

Thos 72 

Wm 83 

Hawkinson, Wm 69 

Hayes, Hugh 69 

Hayts, Jeremiah 76 

Hearne, Jon 80 

Heath, Thos 79-85 

Hecher, Jon 76 

Hely, Elianor 73 

Robt 73 

Willis 70-73 

Hewes, Francis 84 

Richard 79 

Hewett, John 80 

Heyly, Robt 73 

Heyward, Jon 69 

Hickman, Hen 70 

Higgison, Peter 76 

Hill, Abraham 73 

Elianor 84 

John 68 

Nicholas 73 

Rich 80-84 

Hinckley, Tho 69 

Hinton, Thos 84 

Wm 80 

Hitchcox, Richard .72 

Hobson, John 80 

Hockins, Georg 82 

Hodges, Jon 84 

Hodgskins, Walter 78 

Hodson, Jon 85 

Hoer, Andrew 83 

Holdin, John 70 



Holeman, Thos 71 

Hollam, Hen 69 

Holland, Edw 74-75 

Wm 74 

Holliack, Roger 73 

Holliday, Wm 85 

Hollis, John 73 

Hollom, Robt 75 

Holloway, Peter 71 

Holmes, Geo 70 

Rebecca 70 

Holt, Randall 78 

Thos 82 

Honyborne, Robt 72 

Hoof e, Francis 77 

Nath 69 

Hooke, Francis 85 

Hooper, Thos 72 

Hopkins, Phaebus 67 

Robert 69 

Horton, Isaac 80 

Hormer, James 75 

Hoskins, Barthol 67 

Houfgh, Francis 72-81 

Hould, Christo 73 

Howe, John 76 

Rice 73 

Howell, Chas 84 

Hucks, John 85 

Hucock, Jon 83 

Hudleston, John 76 

Hudsey, Peter 86 

Hudson, Robt 69 

Hull, De Cornelius 79 

Huffe, Mary 80 

Hull, Geo 71 

Thos 84 

Humphrey, Amey 84 

John 78 

Hunt, James 77 

Thos 76 

Hurdis, Wm 69 

Hutchinson, Wm 77 

Huett, Morgan 73 

Hollom, Eliz 79 

Robt 79 

I 
Ibbison, Percival 74 

J 

Jacob, Andrew 71 

Tackson, Lawr 78 

James, Ton 73 

Richard 78-81 

Tarvis. Francis 80 

JefTeries. Tho 76 



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Jefferson, John 67 

Jenings, Richard 78 

Jennings, Richard 74 

Thos 78 

Joanes, Wm 82 

Jobb, Joane 82 

Johnson, Alice 75 

Choyce 73 

Eliza 75 

Georg 80 

Hen 69 

John 70-80-83 

Joseph 81 

Israeli 74 

Peter 75 

Jolly, Jon 76 

Jones, David 71 

Edw 86 

Evan 69 

Hugh 82-83 

Humph 74 

Jon 80 

Lewis 86 

Rich 71 

Robt 84 

Thos 74 

Wm 72 

Jordan, Georg 84 

Thos 68-76-83 

Joy, Asher 71 

K 

Kadon, Jon 68 

Kelridge, Wm 80 

Kemp, Richard 69 

Thos 72 

Keene, Abraham 85 

Kennedye, Patrick 81 

Key, Richard 83 

Kiffin, David 77 

King, Henry 68 

Robt 84 

Kirke, Thos 82 

Knott, James 77-82 

Knowler, Thos 67 

L 

Lambeth, Thos 79 

Lane, Daniell 69-70 

Latner, Frances 83 

Laughton, Robt 83 

Laurwell, John 86 

Lawley, Thos 78 

Lawson, Christo 83 

Epra 80 

Lawton, Eliza 73 

Layden, John 79 



Laydon, John 74 

Virginia 74 

Layton, Eliz 79 

Wm 79-85 

Leach, Roger 72 

Leake, Richard 77 

Lee, Jon 86 

Geo 77 

Hen 76 

Will 78 

Leech, John 76 

Leigh, Georg 85 

Lennon, Peirce 71 

Lentall, Geo 85 

Lento, Geo 79 

Leonard, James 86 

Lest, Walter 78 

Lewis, John 70 

Robt 80 

Tho 69-74 

Light, Elias 79-85 

Richard 79-85 

Lightfoote, Ann 69 

Liscott, John 74 

Lock, Tho 70 

London, John 83 

Long, John 71 

Longworth, Jonathan 81 

Loughton, Leonard 86 

Love, Thos 80 

Low, Wm 72 

Lownes, Edw 84 

Loyd, Cornelius 78-79 

Humph 83 

Lucas, Jone 84 

Saml 69 

M 

Macham, John 73 

Machin, Eliza 73 

Maddison, Rich 71 

Major, Edw 81 

Makester, Rich 84 

Mallett, Wm 71 

Man, Nich 77 

Robt 76 

Maning, Lazarus 69 

Manners. Tos 71 

Marsh, Thos 82 

Marshall, Tohn 74 

Martin. Robt 72 

Mascoll, Rich 72 

M?ison, Jon 74 

Mathis, Ann 75 

Mathews, Ton 70 

Matron, Wm 69 

Maulden, Wm 70 



98 



Cavaliers and Pioneers 



Maurice, Willi 84 

Maxney, Chas 78 

May, Edw 86 

Meader, Ambrose 75 

Meares, Hen 70 

Medcalfe, Henry 77 

Medlam, Agnes . 77 

Meeres, Thos 81 

Medler, John 78 

Melling, Wm 80 

Mendham, John 83 

Menifye, Geo 80 

Merchant, Jefery 85 

Merfee, Wm 82 

Merriman, James 71 

Sarah 71 

Metchell, Thos 73 

Michaell, Wm 70 

Michell, Joanna 83 

Michels, Jon . 75 

Midleton, James 86 

Nich 70 

Milborne, Rich 71 

Mills, Alice 84 

John 84 

Wm 85 

Milton, Richard 79 

Mitchell, Wm 83 

Molton, Jasper .' 80 

Monday, Thos 83 

Moore, Jane 85 

Leonard 67 

Nath 72 

Morecock, John 84 

Morethorpe, Thos 75 

Morgan, Edw 83 

Jon 79 

Thos 72-80 

Wm 80 

Morley, Sym 80 

Morlin, Jon 80 

Morris, Jon 74 

Robt 71 

Motts, Wm 71 

Moyses, Theo 83 

Murry, Daniell 74 

N 

Nablett, Mary 76 

Neale, John 85 

Thos 75 

Needham, John 67 

Nelson, Mary 76 

Newberke, Robt 83 

Newell, Thos 67 

Newman, Robt 86 

Newton, Rich 69 



Nicholson, Eliz 70 

Northene, John 80 

Norton, Wm 82 

Noose, Wm 77 

Notton, John 83 

Nowell, Thos 70 

Noyce, Andrew 84 

Nuttall, Robt 82 

O 

Oker, John 72 

Oliver, Nich 78-80 

Osborne, Edw 75 

Ralph 77 

Thos 84 

Owen, Edwd 70 

P 

Packett, Wm 84 

Packford, Wm 82 

Page, Robt 81 

Pagram, Gregory 82 

Pale, Wm 77 

Palmer, Sarah 79-85 

Parcost, Thos 80 

Parker, Eliz 86 

Thos 67-86 

Wm 80 

Parks, Thos 69 

Parr, Margery 74 

Robt 76 

Parry, Ann 82 

Partin, Robt 85 

Partridge, Hester 78 

Pate, Richard 78 

Patient, Arthur 83 

Patrick, Wm 85 

Pattison, Hen 71 

Paule, Francis 83 

Frances 83 

Mathew 83 

Thos 83 

Peale, Fr 71 

Peake, Mathew 77 

Pearce, Kath 70 

Pearle, Franc 70 

Pearse, Edw 83 

Robt 82 

Pearsey, Eliz 79 

Abraham 79 

Pearson, Tho 80 

Peasly, Michael 77 

Peirce, Rich 77 

Wm 67-69-82-85 

Peircy, Kath 68 

Pemy, John 86 

Penill, Rich 84 



Cavaliers and Pioneers 



99 



Pensint, Wm 83 

Perkes, Edw 68 

Perkins, Ellin 69 

Gilbert 72 

Perry, Rich 71 

Perrye, Wm 84 

Peters, Wm 69 

Pett, Wm 82 

Pettit, Rich 77 

Pharin, Phillip 86 

Phillipps, Eliz 74 

Jon 73 

Rich 70 

Thos 71 

Pinnock, Wm 83 

Pise, Wm 69 

Pitwell, Robt 77 

Place, Eliz 79 

James 75-77-79 

John 75 

Pledge, Nich 78 

Pomery, Henry 79 

Poole, David 67 

Henry 85 

Popeley, Eliz 84 

Rich 84-85 

Possell, Wm 73 

Pott, John 67 

Powell, Ann 82 

Hen 70-86 

Hugh 71 

John 67-75-76-78-82 

Kath 75 

Powell, Margaret 80 

Nath 68 

Rich 69 

Thos 70-78 

Powndle, Henry 80 

Poythers, Francis 84 

Pratt, Andrew 86 

Preston, Rich 80 

Thos 83 

Prewitt, Thos 74 

Price, John 86 

Thos 80 

Prince, Edw 70 

Prior, Margaret 85 

Wm 82-85 

Prower, Geo 70 

Pugsley, John 82 

Pullum, Edmund 78 

Purifye, Thos 73-85 

Purnell, Arthur 81 

Wm 72 

R 
Raby, Robt 86 



Radford, Richard 74 

Radye, Robt 77 

Raine, Rowland 77 

Ramshaw, Thos 80-82 

Wm 81 

Ratsham, John 84 

Ravenett, Wm 68 

Rawlings, Jon 85 

Raye, Thos 83 

Rayson, Math 81 

Read, John 75 

Thos 68-78 

Wm 82 

Redman, John 85 

Wm 77 

Reddy, James 75 

Reeve, Fr 72 

Resburye, John 81 

Rey, De la Jacques 75 

Rey, Thos 75 

Reycock, Bryan 84 

Reynolds, Willi 83 

Rice, Peter 86 

Richards, Arith 76 

Joseph 73 

Richardson, Symon 78 

Richbill, Francis 68 

Ridges, Rich 82 

Ridly, Ann 72 

Right, Jason 85 

Jathon 79 

Ripley, John 76 

Rippin, Christo 74 

Ripple, John 81 

Roberts, Jon 76 

Robins, Alice 83 

Sampson 69 

Robinson, Andrew 75 

John 76 

Thos 79 

Rockwood, Anth 70 

Rocto, John 74 

Rogers, Wm 80 

Roles, Robt 83 

Rose, Morice 80 

Rosier, Morgin 74 

Rotherum, Geo 86 

Rowles, Georg 86 

Russey, Eliz 86 

Ryall, John 74 

S 

Salsbury. Georg 75 

Salvage, Hannah 71 

Samon, Joseph 73 

Sammond, Toseph 77-81 

Sandall, Edw 80 



100 



Cavaliers and Pioneers 



Sandys, Geo 67 

Sapheir, Geo 79 

Saunders, Roger 68 

Sausey, John 71 

Sawyer, Frances 82 

Thos 82 

Saye, John 86 

Saywell, Thos 71 

Scarborough, Hannah 72 

Edmond 72-81 

Mathew 69 

Scone, Humph 81 

Scott, Arth 68 

Scowne, Humph 77 

Searle, Jon 72 

Seaward, John 68 

Seawell, Thos 68 

Shaddock, Jon 86 

Sharp, Ann 75 

Sharpe, Eliz 86 

Wm 86 

Shatboule, Rich 70 

Shawbooke, Jon 70 

Shawe, Nich 74 

Sheare, Geo 82 

ShefTeild, Thos 83 

Sheppard, Priscilla 70 

Robert 70-75 

Shichans, Esmy 71 

Shippey, Eliz 84 

Thos 72 

Shore, James 80 

Tohn 80 

Kath 80 

Siler, Michaell 75 

Simpkins, 7dw 83 

Ralph 79-85 

Sims, Benj 72 

Sipsey, John 68-77-86 

Slaughter, John 68-69-72 

Rebecca 69 

Smallwood, Mathew 68 

Smith, Ann 69-76 

Eliz 69 

James 77 

Jarvis 82 

John 69-80-84 

Joseph 85 

Richard 77-86 

Robt 69 

Sarah 76 

Thos 67-69-70-75-76-78 

Wm 67-82-83 

Sneade, Alice 70 

Samuel 70 

Wm 70 

Snede, John 68 



Snow, Henry 75 

Somersale, Thos 78 

Southell, Henry 79 

Sorrell, Robt 81 

Spackman, Dorothy 69 

John 69 

Joyce 69 

Rosemond 69 

Sparkes, Grace 69 

John 69 

Mary 69 

Sparshott, Edw 72-76 

Mandolin 72 

Spencer, Nich 70 

Wm 70 

Spiltimber, John 69 

Stackhowse, Robt 77 

Stacy, Georg 77 

Stegg, Thos 79-84 

Stafford, Christo 72 

Rebecca 72 

Wm 68-72-75 

Stalling, Nich 71 

Stavely, Adam 68 

Stensby, Antho 77 

Stephens, Archela 86 

Eliz 78-79 

Phillip 80 

Rich 78 

Samuel 78 

Thos 79 

Wm 76 

Stethell, Eliz 85 

Henry 85 

Stevenson, Christo 86 

Stidwell, Thos 76 

Stoakes, Christo 70-86 

Robt 70 

Stockdell, John 69 

Stockley, Francis 79-80 

Stokes, Christo 80 

Stonar, Alexr 70 

Jane 70 

Stone, Andrew 69 

Francis 86 

John 67 

Wm 69-84 

Stonner, Alexr 77-83 

Stoute, John 70 

Stratton, Joseph 69 

Streate, Antho 70 

Strong, Edw 73 

Stubbs, Hontford 84 

Isabel 78 

Sturns, Wm 69 

Swan, Edw 71 

Jon 71 



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101 



Swan, Saml 84 

Thos 71 

Wm 71 

Swifte, Jon 74 

Sullivan, Cornelius 85 

Sykes, John 82 

Symon, Jon 69 

Symonds, Gilbert 74 

Symons, Alice 83 

Gilbert 68 

Jon 82 

Thos 82 

Symmons, Roger 83 

Thos 83 

Syms, Benj 68 

T 

Tabott, Geo 82 

Tarling, Richard 78 

Taylor, Georg 82 

Henry 69 

John 69 

Samuel 82 

Thos 83 

Zach 86 

Tenches, Edw 83 

Tennant, Christo 69 

Teppett, Robt 69 

Terrell, Thos 81 

Thimbleby, Rich 71 

Thomas, Jon 86 

Thos 82 

Thomason, Wm 83 

Thompson, Paule 67 

Thorncomb, Wm 74 

Thornton, Rich 83 

Thorogood, Adam 73-79-83 

Thresher, Robt 74 

Tombs, Rich 79 

Tombs, Rich 79 

Tomlinson, Joane 74 

Jon 74 

Tompkins, Tho 76 

Tompson, Georg 67-80 

Henry 69 

Tho 84 

Wm 67-68-79 

Towers, Francis 62-86 

Townsend, Rich 85 

Wm 70 

Totnam, Silvester 69 

Toulson, Georg 78 

Traveller, Geo 68 

Trendall, Paul 77 

Trigg, Samuel 69 

Trimchfeild, Tho 71 



Tucker, Allen 78 

Wm 67 

Turner, Fr 83 

Martin 61 

Thos 80 

Zach 68 

Turtley, Avis 75 

U 

Underwood, Wm 77 

V 

Vase, Rich 86 

Vaughan, David 81 

John 76 

Patrick 69 

Venable, Richard 70 

Vincent, Henry 70 

Thos 77 

Vining, Jon 70 

Virgany, Edw 71 

Vissett, Francis 75 

W 

Wader, Wm 71 

Waddington, Hannah 79-85 

Wakefeild, Tho 83 

Wale, Wm 74 

Walker, Jon 74 

Jone 85 

Wall, John L. . .78 

Wm 72 

Wallin, Anth 80 

Waltham, Saml 86 

Walton, Geo 70 

Mary 70 

Robt 74 

Wanes, Richard 76 

Ward, Eliz 74-75 

Grace 79 

John 67-79-86 

Martin 85 

Rich 72-84 

Seath 74-84-86 

Tho 69 

Wm 82 

Warner, Augustine 74 

David 84 

Waterman, Ann 76 

Waters, Edw 74 

Watkins, Alice 75 

John 80 

Margon 84 

Watson, John 70-86 

Samuel 70 

Wattin, Jon 80 

Watts, Christo 76 

Jeremiah 76 



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Cavaliers and Pioneers 



Watts, Lydia 73 

Thos 73 

Watty, Wm 86 

Wattys, Wm 70 

Webb, Stephen 78 

Weaver, Jon 71 

Weblin, Henry 68 

Wells, Mary 77 

Rich 84 

Wm 75 

Welsh, Mary 69 

West John 80 

Weston, Jon 76 

Rich 83 

Westwood, Wm 84 

Wheeler, Tho 74 

Whetle, Robt 73 

Whiten Blanch 82 

Edw 82 

Eliza 82 

Jon 82 

George 72-86 

Peter 86 

Wm 80 

Whiting, Richard 84 

Wilkins, John 77-81 

Wilkinson, Naomy 83 

Robt 72 

Wm 83 

Thos 85 

Willbourne, Wm 77 

Willett, James 76 

Williams, Edw 73 

Evan 70 

John 78-80 

Henry 76-79 

Richard 74-80 

Thos 71 

Willis, Eliz 78 

Eliza 84 

Willoughby, Thos 80 

Wilmott, Edw 70 

Wilson, Henry 80 

Laur 82 



Wilsonn, Gabriell 75 

John 69 

Winard, Tho 76 

Winchester, John 74-83 

Winifrett, Wm 76 

Winley, David 69 

Winnall, John 69 

Winter, Ann 74 

Wm 69 

Wingfeild, Thos 78 

Withers, Fr 70 

Woaker, Lawrence 74 

Wood, Henry 67 

Ralph 84 

Woodcock, Thos 68 

Woodhowse, Eliz 82 

Henry 82 

Mary 82 

Woodley, Wm 86 

Woodliffe, Capt 84 

Woodward, Christo 81 

Dorothy 81 

Margaret 81 

Woolley, Wm 86 

Woolfe, Wm .77 

Woorgen, Isaac 79 

Worlitch, Wm 74 

Worster, Richard 69 

Wray, Thos 75 

Wright, Eliz 84 

Roger 72 

Richard 78 

Thos 68 

Writt, Edw 77 

Wryth, Rich 69 

Wyyon, Antho 80 

Y 

Yeardley, Geo 76-79 

Yeoman, Geo 71 

Yetman, Rosomae 77 

Yorke, Kath 74 

Young, Wm 81 



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NORTHERN NECK INDEX 



A 

Allaway, John 87 

Allen, Ellinor 89 

Alexander, John, Sr 89 

Alexander, Robt 87 

Ashton, James 87 

Ashwell, Henry 90 

Atmore, Henry 88 

B 

Bacon, Nath 88 

Bankes, Wm 87 

Barry, Wm 88 

Beaverly, R 89 

Bennett, Richard 87 

Billington, Luke 88 

Bland, Theodorick . 90 

Booth, Humphrye 89 

Bowen, John 88 

Brewer, Thos 88 

Brothett, John 89 

Browne, Nath 88 

Buckner, Anth 87 

Budd, Richard 88 

Budd, Elizabeth 88 

Butler, John 89-96 

Buttler, Amorv 89 

Byram, Thos..' 88 

Bryams, Abraham 88 

Bryer, Geo 88 

C 

Carpenter, John 88 

Chamberlaine, Robt 89 

Champion, John 88 

Chattwin, Thos 88 

Cheatwood, Thos 88 

Clayton, Wm 88 

Cole, Giles 89 

Cole, James 89 

Cole, Wm 88 

Colston, Wm 87 

Conway, Edwin 88 

Cooper, Geo 88 

Crask, Edwi n 89 

Custis, John 88 

D 

Dacres, Ann 88 

Dareing, John 88 

Davis, Rowland 88 

Dudly, Alexr 89 

Dudley, Rich 89 



E 
Edwards, W 87-89 

F 

Fox, David 88 

Furne, Thos 88 

Fisher, Martin 90 

Fleete, Henry 89 

Fieminge, Alexr 89 

Fletcher, Geo 88 

Fulcher, John 89 

G 

Glayd, Thos 90 

Gooch, Samuel 88 

Grymes, Chas 89 

John 89 

H 

Hany, John 88 

Harrison, Burr 87 

Edw 90 

Hartland, Wm 88 

Hartwell, Henry 88 

Hawkins, John 88 

Hayward, Jos 87 

Saml 87 

Headley, John 88 

Headnutt, Jos 90 

Heale, Geo 88 

Hewitt, Robt 87 

Hinsley, Benj 90 

Hodgson, Bryan 89 

Horton, Wm 90 

Humston, Edw 87 

Houseing, Robt 90 

Housen, Robt 90 

Hurst, Henry 88 

Husey, Giles 89 

Hussey ( Thos. 89 89 

K 

Key, Wm 87 

Kinge, Robt 87 

Kirton, Thos 90 

Kyrby, John 87-88 

Thos 88 

L 

Leigh, Fra 88 

Lewis, Edward 88 

Thos 88 



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Cavaliers and Pioneers 



Lord, Eliz 89-90 

John 89 

Loyd, Mary 88-89 

Loyd, Wm 88-89 

Ludlow, Col 87 

Lunsford, Elizabeth 87 

M 

Macarte, Dennis 87 

Mahane, Samll 88 

Mason, Ann 88 

Monroe, Andrew 87 

Mott, John 88 

Moseley, Wm 90 

Mountjoy, Thos 87 

N 
Norton, Nath 88 

O 

Ocampion, Wm 88 

Odonell, Thos 87 

P 

Page, John 88 

Parker, Thos 87 

Payne, Mr 90 

Robt 89 

Phillips, James 90 

Michael 89 

Pope, James l 87 

Powell, Rawleigh 87-88 

Rawley 

Thos 87 

Pritchett, Thos 88 

Pursell, David 89 

R 

Rae, James 89 

Randall, Jonah 87 

Richards, Lewis 90 

Robt 87 



Robinson, Thos 88 

Rogers, Wm 88 

S 

Sanders, Edw 87 

Scarlett, Martin 90 

Spence, Alexr 87 

Nicho 87-89 

Stephens, John 90 

Stone, Francis 90 

Sumner, Jos 87 

Swanson, John 88 

Swiilivant, Andrew 87 

T 

Taylor, Geo 87-89 

Tomlyn, Stephen 88 

Travers, Saml 88-89 

Travers, Wm 89 

V 

Vauhan, John 89 

Vaulx, Robt 90 

W 

Washington, Law 89 

Waugh, John 90 

Webley, Rich 89 

Weedon, Geo 89 

Weire, John 89 

White, Daniel 89 

Whitehead, Mr 88 

Whitliffe, David 90 

Whittbey, Thos 90 

Wm 87 

Whittby, Thos 87 

Williams, Rice 90 

Thos 88 

Withers, John 90 

Wittby, Wm 90 

Wrackams, John 89 

Wright, John 90 



Cavaliers and Pioneers 105 

To all to whome these psents shall come I Capt John West Esqr. Governr and Capt Generll 
of Virginia send greetings in our Lord God Everlasting Whereas by Letters bearing date the 
twoe and twentieth day of July 1634 from the Rt Honoble the Lords of his Majties most 
Honoble Privie Councefl their Lordshipps did authorize the Governor and Cpuncell to dispose 
of such pporcans of land to all planters being freemen as they had power to doe before the 
yeare 1625 when according to diverse orders & constitutions in that case pvided and appointed 
all devidents of lands any waies due or belonging to any Adventurer or planter of what 
condicon soever were to bee laid out and assigned unto them according to the severall Con- 
dicons in the same menconed NOW KNOW yee that I the said Capt John West Esq doe wth 
the consent of the Councell of State give and graunt unto Thomas Harris seaven hundred and 
fifties acres of land scituate lying and being in the County of Henrico wthin digs his hundred 
abutting Southward upon the land of Edward Virgany and thence extending Northward upon 
the Land of Joane Harris his wife West upon the river and East into the woods. The said 
seaven hundred and fiftie acres being due unto him the said Thomas Harris as followeth 
(Vizt) one hundred acres of land accrewing due unto him the said Thomas Harris as being an 
Ancient planter and Adventurer in the time of Sr Thomas Dale his Governmt according to a 
Charter of orders from the late Treasurer & Company bearing date the 18th day of November 
1618 and six hundred and fiftie acres bv and for the transportacon of thirteene psons into this 
Colony whose names are in the Records menconed under his pattent. To have and to hold 
the said seaven hundred and fiftie acres of Land wth his due share of all Mines and Minneralls 
therein conteyned wth all rights and priviledges of hunting hawking fishing and fowling 
alsoe all woods waters and rivers and all pfitts commodities andherediamts whatsoever wthin the 
precincts of the said Seaven hundred and fiftie acres of Land or to the said land or any of 
them in any wise belonging unto the said Thomas Harris his hejres Executors Adminors and 
assignes for ever in as large and ample manner to all intents and purposes as is expressed in 
the said orders and constitutions or by Consequence may bee justly Collected out of his Majties 
Letters Pattents whereon they are grounded. To bee held of our Soveraigne Lord the King his 
heires and Successors As of his Mannor of East Greenwich in free and common Soccage and 
not in Capite nor by Kts Service Yeilding and paying unto our said Soveraigne Lord the 
King his heires and Successors for ever or to his or their rent gatherers for every fiftie acres 
of land herein by these presents given and graunted yearely at the feast of St. Michaell the 
Archangell the fee rent of one Shilling to his Majties use Provided alwaies that if the said 
Thomas Harris his heires or assignes shall not plant or seate or cause to bee planted on the 
said Seaven hundred and fiftie acres of land wthin the time or terme of three yeares now next 
ensuing the date hereof That then it shall and may bee lawfull for any Adventurer or planter 
to make Choice of and seate upon the same Given at James Citty under my hand and Sealed 
wth the seale of the Colony the Eleaventh day of November 1635 and in the Xlth yeare of the 
reigne of our Soveraigne Lord King Charles over England &c. 

Thomas Harris Tho. Kemp Ann Ridly 

Wm Purnell Rich. Mascoll Wm Jones 

Jon Godfryc Nath Moore Tho. Morgan 

Jon Searle Jon. Edwards Wm Jones 

Twoe Negroes a mand and a woman 

This Pattent was renewed by Sr John Harvey Kt Governor &c. and 70 acres more added 
to the same 

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SILVESTER TOTNAM assignment of 
100 acs. to THOMAS SMITH "for good 
& valuable considerations." Witness 
John Dennett. Page 461. 1637. (Date 
and county not given ) . 

BY SIR JOHN HARVEY to 

WILLIAM CLARKE, 100 acs. in Charles 
River Co., Aug. 21, 1637. E. upon new 
Poquoson & N. upon Oyster Cr. For 
trans, of 2 persons, whose names are 
not given. Page 461. 

PETER HAYES, 350 acs. in Isle of 
Wight Co., Aug. 21, 1637. Page 461. 
Adj. N. E. upon Pagan Cr. & W. upon 
Thos. Davis. Due by purchase from 
Georg Hardye, who purchased from 
Roger Bagnall. 

ROGER BAGNALL assignment of the 
above patent to GEORG HARDYE, 
Shipwright, Dec. 4, 1636. Witnesses: 
Ann Jones, Richard Hart. Page 462. 

GEORG HARDYE assignment of the 
above to PETER HAYES, Planter, Feb. 
11, 1636. Page 462. Witness: Tobias 
Hurst. 

ROBERT LUCAS, 150 acs. in Chas. 
River Co., Aug. 21, 1637. Page 462. 
Adj. John Powell. Due for trans, of 3 
pers. (Names not given.) 

THOMAS WEEKES, 100 acs. in James 
City Co., Aug. 21, 1637, Page 462. Up- 
on Chippokes Cr. & Adj. William 
Rookins. For trans, of his wife, Eliza- 
beth Beardsty, & Wm. Jones. 

HUMPHREY ENGLAND, 150 acs. in 
James City Co., Aug. 21, 1637, Page 
463. Being a neck of land called the 
red banke, pointing to an island belong- 



ing to William Morgan. Due for trans, 
of John England, Humphrey England & 
James Barnes. 

PETER MOUNTEGUE, 150 acs. in Up- 
per Co. of New Norfolk, Aug. 22, 1637, 
Page 463. N. upon Eliz. River, W. up- 
on Oystershell Cr. Due for trans, of: 
Wm. Jones, Tho. Redbye and Margt. 
Harford. 

This patent assigned unto Thomas 
Marsh alias Rivers & confirmed by Sir 
Francis Wyatt. 

THOMAS BERNARD, Gent., 500 acs. 
in Warwick River Co., Aug. 22, 1637, 
Page 464. Northerly towards the Mills, 
S. towards land lately belonging to Capt. 
Richard Stevens, E. towards Zachariah 
Cripps, W. opposite land of Capt. Thos. 
Flint. Trans, of: William Merrett, Jon. 
English, Grace Lee, Alex. Lownd, Tho- 
mas Taylor, John Flye, Ann Robinson, 
Robert Prichard, Rich. Gilbert, Robert 
Browne. 

GEORG BURCHER, 200 acs. in James 
City Co., Aug. 22, 1637, Page 464. 
Confirmation of former patent. (Vol. 1, 
p. 4.) Daughter's name now given as 
Joane Burcher. 

300 acs. James City Co., Aug. 22, 1637, 
Page 465. At the upper Chippokes, adj. 
John Hacker, N. upon Martins Brandon, 
& near land of William Pilkington. 
Trans, of: Giles Harwood, Miles 
Sumers, Tho. Jones, Jon. Love, Dorothy 
Andrews, Elianor Bound. 

JAMES BERRY, 350 acs. in Accomack 
Co., Aug. 22, 1637, Page 465. Upon 
Magaty Bay, adj. John Ascum. Due for 
the personal adventure of himself & 
wife Elizabeth & trans, of: Henry Lee, 



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Mary Nelson, Joseph Hally, Mary Kable, 
Robert Man. 

JOHN NEALE, Merchant, 200 acs. in 
Accomack Co., Aug. 22, 1637, Page 
465. At the head of Kings Cr., adj. 
John Wilkins. Purchased by Edward 
Bastwicke of William Melling & as- 
signed by sd. Baswicke unto Neale. 
Also due for the trans, of: Francis 
Seamer, Rich. Hill, Edward Eason, Tho- 
mas Moore. 

WILLIAM MELLING, Gent, to ED- 
WARD BESTWICK, assignment of the 
foregoing tract, Oct. 21, 1635, Page 466. 
Witnesses: Roscoe Crocker, Peter Var- 
loe. 

Assignment of Melling to Neale, Dec. 
3, 1636. Page 466. 

ALEXANDER STOMAR, Brickmaker, 
1 acre, Aug. 23, 1637. Page 466. In 
James Island near the brick kill. By 
virtue of Act of Assembly, Feb. 20, 
1636, whereby "undetakers to build up- 
on James Island should be encouraged 
by grant of a convenient proportion of 
ground for howsing and a garden plott." 

JOHN WOODLIFE, 550 acs. in Chas. 
City Co., Aug. 24, 1637, Page 467. Part 
of said tract in the territory of Great 
Weyanoake near headland called Beg- 
gars Bush, near land formerly belong- 
ing to William Parrott, E. upon Samuel 
Jordan; remainder, 20 acs. at Charles 
hundred, S. upon Samuell Jordan & N. 
upon William Julian. Due in right of 
his father Capt. John Woodlife, granted 
by Sir Georg Yeardly in 1620. 

GEORG HOLMES, 350 acs. in James 
City Co., Aug. 24, 1637, Page 468. At 
the head of Kethes Cr. Adj. his own 
land. Due for per. adv. of himself & 
wife Rebecca & trans, of: Thomas 
Browne, Robert Sharp, James Wambly, 
Jeffery Frye & Ann. 

CHENEY BOYES, 1550 acs. in Charles 
City Co., Aug. 24, 1637, P. 468. N. 
upon the lime hill swamp, W. upon 
Merchants Hope Cr. 100 acs. due as 
an Ancient Planter in the time of Sir 
Tho. Dale, according to a Charter of 
Orders from the late Treasurer & Co. 



dated Nov. 18, 1618 & residue for the 
trans. of: Rich. Williams, Lawr. 
Walker, Tho. Harris, Thomas Wheeler, 
Christ. Rippin, Jon. Tomlinson, Joane 
Tomlinson, Jon. Mason, Jon. Walker, 
Christ. Easill, Jon. Siscock, Oliver Bis- 
hoppe, Lsreall Johnson, Humphrey 
Jones, Gilbert Dawson, Nich. Shaw, 
Wm. Backster, Daniell Collier, Wm. 
Wale, Wm. Thorncombe, Jon. Cole, 
Eliz. Greene, Eliz. Phillips, Kath 
Yorke, Jon. Swift, Margt. Parr, Daniell 
Murr, Morgan Rosier Wm. Holland. 

CHRISTOPHER WOODWARD, 600 

acs. in Charles City Co., Aug. 24, 1637, 
Page 469. N. upon Appomattucks Riv. 
& E. upon land lately belonging to Wil- 
liam Farrar, gent. Due for the per. adv. 
of himself, his late wife Margarett, his 
now wife Dorothy & trans, of: Georg 
Bassett, John Francklin, Phillipp Tho- 
mas, Henry Stevens, Ann Myner. 

JOHN BRODWELL, 300 acs. in James 
City Co., Aug. 24, 1637, Page 469. An 
island W. upon Chickahominy Riv. 
against place called the Gulfe. Due for 
the trans, of: William Downes, Am- 
brose Eadly, David Williamson, Edward 
Browne, Jarvis Rewed, Henry Lawdeare. 

THOMAS ELLIS, 50 acs. in James City 
Co., Aug. 24, 1637, Page 470. Running 
up to old Pasbye Hayes called Trucking 
Point. Due by assignment from Alexan- 
der Stomer. 

JOHN SEAWARD, 600 acs. in Isle of 
Wight Co., March 8, 1636. P. 470. 
Upon Goose Hill Cr. Trans, of: John 
Walker, Tho. Belcher, Edw. Bond, 
Charles Jones, Wm. Griffin, Kath. Per- 
son, Geo. Scales, Robt. Clarke, Guy 
Taylor. 

JOHN GARYE, 300 acs. in the Upper 
Co. of New Norfolk, Aug. 25, 1637. 
Page 470. S. side Nansamund Riv. near 
land of Joseph Sammon & Daniel Goo- 
kins. Due for the trans, of 6 persons, 
whose name are not mentioned. 

CAPT. JOHN CHEESMAN, 600 acs. in 
Chas. River Co., March 8, 1636. Page 
471. Adj. Thomas Hawkins. Trans, of: 



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Christo. Averitt, Phillip Avint, Edward 
Catterell, Joane Bolton, Robert Cockett, 
Richard Duning, Richard Ward, Georg 
Coston, Richard Banks, John Harwell. 

Same, 500 acs. in same county, adj. 
Christopher Stokes, March 8, 1636, Page 
472. 300 acs. due by deed of sale from 
Edward Cheesman & 200 acs. for trans. 
of 4 persons, whose names are not men- 
tioned. 

JOSEPH JOLLY, 350 acs. in Chas. 
River Co., Aug. 25, 1637, Page 472. 
Adj. William Clarke & John Watson. 
For his per. adv. & trans, of Margery, 
his wife, Andrew Howell, Nathaniell 
Clarke, Jon. Bourne, Nicholas Porter, 
Sarah Jones. 

JOHN DAVIS, 250 acs. In James City 
Co., Aug. 26, 1637, Page 472. On 
Chickahominy River, adj. Samuell Kirby. 
Due for his per adv. & trans, of: Saml. 
Fenn, Walter Willis, Thomas Lodge, 
Richard Price. 

CAPT. FRANCIS HOOKE, one of the 
Councell of State, a parcel of land in 
Eliz. City Co., Aug. 28, 1637, Page 473. 
"And to his successors who shall be 
Capt. of the fort after him" situate upon 
Strawberry bancks beginning at the 
plackett well upon the creek side which 
runs by the Gate howse west to a house 
where one Powell lived, from thence 
against house of Thomas Oldis." 

WILLIAM SPENCER, Gent., 550 acs. 
between Hog Island & Lawnes Creeks, 
Aug .28, 1637, Page 474. Trans, of: 
Anthony Staton, David Red, Anthony 
Hill, Humphrey Woollierine, Mary 
James, John Yepe, Roger Shelly, Robert 
Cornish, Richard Brett. 

SAMUEL SNEAD, 200 acs. James City 
Co., Aug. 28, 1637, Page 474. Adj. 
George Holmes, near Thomas Smith. 
Trans, of 4 persons, whose names are 
not mentioned. This patent renewed 
Mar. 19, 1653 in the Alice Snead. 

WILLIAM BARKER, Marriner, 600 acs. 
Charles City Co., Aug. 29, 1637, Page 
475. A point of land called Bickers, 
formerly belonging to Capt. Nathaniell 



Powell. Trans, of 12 pers. whose names 
are not given. 

CAPT. ADAM THOROGOOD, one of 

the Councell of State, 200 acs. in Eliz. 
City Co., Sept. 20, 1637, Page 481. Adj. 
land lately belonging to John Gundry & 
Thos. Bolding. Due by purchase from 
Capt. William Clayborne, late one of 
the Councell of State and Secretary of 
State for Va. 

200 acs. in Eliz. City Co., Sept. 20, 
1637, Page 481. Adj. Thomas Thorne- 
borough. Trans, of: Edward Coleman, 
Robert Jackson, Tho. Love, William 

Stevens. 

RICHARD WELLS, 50 acs. Charles 
River Co., Sept. 12, 1637, Page 481. 
Near William Prior & John Broch. For 
his per. adv. 

THOMAS HAMPTON, Clerke, 100 acs. 
in Upper Co. of New Norfolk, Sept. 21, 
1637, Page 482. An old Indian Feild, 
on Nansamond River. Trans, of: James 
Scott, Randall Browne. 

FRANCIS MORGAN, 50 acs. in Charles 
River Co., Sept. 23, 1637, Page 483. 
Trans, of: John Covell. 

MRS. ELIZABETH STEPHENS, 50'0 
acs. Warwick River, Sept. 23, 1637, 
Page 484. Towards head of Blunt 
Point, adj. John Bayneham. Due in 
right of her late father, Capt. Abraham 
Peircie for the trans, of 10 persons. 
Land taken up by her late husband, Capt. 
Richard Stevens in Waters' creek & ex- 
changed with Richard James, Clerke At- 
torney for Capt. Wm. Clayborne. 

FRANCIS MORGAN, 100 acs. in Chas. 
River Co., Sept. 26, 1637, Page 484. 
Adj. Capt. John West. Due for per. 
adv. of himself & Edward Cheesman the 
first year to the sd. Charles River. 

CAPT. FRANCIS HOOKE, 2000 acs., 
Oct. 26, 1637, Page 485. Bounded on 
Flower dew Hundred side by a cr. & 
on Martins Brandon side by Asheleys 
Bay or Capt. Ward's Cr., the land being 
called Speilmans & lying ovevr against 
Weyanoke. Due by order of court dated 
Dec. 6, 1634. 



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ZACHARIAH CRIPPS, Gent., 200 acs. 
in Warwick River, Oct. 25, 1637, Page 
486. Adj. his own & land of Thomas 
Barnard. Due by order of court dated 
Aug. 21, 1633 & for trans, of: John 
Smith, Robert Read, Daniel Stubbs, Tho- 
mas Morgin. 

CAPT. JOHN HOWE, 1000 acs. in 
Accomack Co, Oct. 24, 1637, Page 487. 
Upon Cherrystone Cr. Trans, of: Luke 
Aden, Nich. Searell, Tho. Yeoman, 
Rich. Moores, Jon. Bancks, Ralph Per- 
son, Tho. Nuten, Winifrid Nute, Wm. 
Croshen, Richard Hewitt, Rebecca 
Sharpe, Eliz. Kerfoote, Samuel Powell, 
Rich. Louder. 

OLIVER SPRYE, 300 acs. in Upper Co. 
New Norfolk, Oct. 24, 1637, Page 487. 
Due by order of court dated June 6, 
1635 & trans, of: James Hicks, John 
Longworthy, Tho. Bush, John Dawson, 
Georg Wilcock, John Cherry. 

300 acs. Lower Co. New Norfolk. Same 
date, Page 488. Adj. Thomas Davis. 
Due for his per. adv. & trans, of: Rich- 
ard Hues, Jasper Laflyn, Richard Vaus, 
Wm. Wright, Jane Wright. This patent 
renewed in name of Richard Parsons. 

JOHN CLARKSON, 100 acs. in Chas. 
River Co, Oct. 23, 1637, Page 488. S. 
side Willoughbye Neck. Due for the 
adv. of 4 persons the 2nd year of the 
plantation of Chas. River. 

Same date and location. Trans, of: 
Peter Death, Jon. Bassnett, James Voc- 
seen. 

HENRY CATELYN, 300 acs. in Upper 
Co. of New Norfolk, Oct. 23, 1637, 
Page 489. On Western branch of Eliz. 
River. Due sd. Catylin for trans, of: 
John Musgrove, Jon. Tiffiney, Jon. 
Wyne, Leonard Richardson, Edward 
Lilly, Jon. Bond. 

JAMES MILLER, 100 acs. Chas. River 
Co, Oct. 23, 1637, Page 490. For the 
per. adv. of himself & wife, Mary. 

HENRY WILSONN, 50 acs. in Acco- 
mack Co, Oct. 29, 1637, Page 490. Adj. 
William Blower & Francis Stockely. 
Trans, of Jasper Molton. 



ROBERT HOLLOM, 1,000 acs. in 
Henrico Co, Nov. 1, 1637, Page 491. 
Opposite Fallen Creek, adj. Hannah 
Boyce. Trans, of 20 pers. whose names 
are not given. 

WILLIAM COX, 150 acs. in Henrico 
Co, Oct. 29, 1637, Page 492. About 
l 1 /?. mi. above Harrow Attocks. Trans. 
3 pers. whose names are not given. 

EPAPHRODITUS LAWSON, 200 acs. 
in Isle of Wight Co, Nov. 1, 1637, 
Page 492. On Nansamond River. Due 
for trans, of 4 pers. 

SAMUELL CURB YE, 200 acs. in James 
City Co, Oct. 29, 1637, Page 493. Up- 
on Tanks Pasbye Hayes Cr, Chicka- 
hominy Riv. & Adj. John Dansey. 100 
acs. due by deed of sale from Alexander 
Stomer, July 9, 1636, & trans, of 2 pers. 
whose names are not given. 

JAMES WARRADINE, 350 acs. in 
Chas. City Co, Nov. 3, 1637, Page 494. 
Trans, of: Elizabeth Collett, Elizabeth 
Carr, Rowland Cotton, Jacob Blight, 
John Hall, Jon. Grodson, Richard Lang- 
ley. 

THOMAS WHEELER, 200 acs. in Chas. 
City Co, Sept. 29, 1637, Page 495. 
Trans, of: Jone Colchester, Richard 
Phillipps, William Matherell, William 
Baker. 

HUGH WYNN, 200 acs. in Isle of 
Wight Co, Nov. 3, 1637, Page 495. 
Trans, of: James Robinson, Douglas 
Clarke, Eliz. Revell, Charles Callahan. 

EDWARD STOCKDELL, 400 acs. in 
Accomack Co, Nov. 4, 1637, Page 495. 
Upon Hungars Cr. near William An- 
drewes. Trans, of: Edw. Phinby, his 
wife & 1 child, Jon. King, Robt. Dye, 
Hen. Stone, Thomas Moulton, Winifred 
Lovell. 

PHILLIPP TAYLOR, 500 acs. Acco- 
mack Co, Nov. 4, 1637, Page 496. 
Near Edward Drew & Thomas Powell. 
For the per. adv. of himself & wife 
(name not given) & trans, of: Thos. 
Willis, Jon. Charles, Fr. Bristoe, Symon 
Wright, Rebena Bayly, Thomas Edwards, 
Eliza. Thomas. 



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RICHARD KEMP, Secretary of State, 
600 acs., Nov. 14, 1637, Page 496. And 
to his successors. On Archers Hope 
Creek. 

EPAPHRODITUS LAWSON, 50 acs. in 
Isle of Wight Co., Nov. 20, 1637, Page 
497. At the mouth of New Towne 
haven River. By assignment from Ellis 
Dunridge. 

JOHN BAKER, 650 acs. in Chas. City 
Co., Nov. 20, 1637, Page 497. Upon 
Appamattucks River. In right of his 
first wife, Priscilla Palmer, 50 acs. 150 
acs. by deed of gift from his mother in 
law Jone Palmer, dated Jan. 2, 1633; 
the residue for the per. adv. of himself, 
his late wife Alice, his now wife 
Dorothy & trans, of: Kath. Henborne, 
Michaell Tibbs, Robt. Squire, Jon. 
Clason, Anthony Lee, Jervis Dick, Hugh 
Baker, Alice Drewyre. 

THOMAS HARWOOD, 100 acs. Chas. 
Rivevr Co., Nov. 20, 1637, Page 498. 
Adj. Francis Laugher. 50 acs. by as- 
signment from Richard Vauston & 50 in 
right of per. adv. of John Taylor. 

JOHN JUDSON, 225 acs. Chas. River 
Co., Nov. 24, 1637, Page 499. For per 
adv. of William Geathey (Gatlett) & 
Richard Bartlett, the 1st year to 
Chiskeiake & of himselfe the 2nd year, 
& trans, of: Walter Goffe & Mary 
Reynolds. 

WILLIAM CROUCH (CROUTCH), 

225 acs. Upper Co. New Norfolk, Nov. 
21, 1637, Page 499. On the .great cr. 
on the left hand going into Eliz. River 
about 2 mi. on the N. side of Daniel 
Tanner. Trans, of John Freeman. 

JOHN SALVAGE, Accomack Co., Nov. 
21, 1637, Page 499. Son & heir of En- 
sign Thomas Salvage, late of Accamack. 
Cr. of Accomack on the S., great bay on 
W., Wiscaponson on N. & main ocean 
on E. Due in right of descent from his 
father to whom it was granted by King 
of the Eastern Shore. 

CHRISTOPHER STOAKES, 400 acs. 
Chas. River Co., Aug. 14, 1637, Page 
500. Adj. his own & land of John 



Cheesman & Thomas Ranshaw. Due by 
order of court, Mar. 12, 1633, & for 
per. adv. of himself, wife Elizabeth, his 
children: Christopher, William, Henry 
& Elizabeth Stokes & trans, of: Wm. 
Dickes & Hen. Waltham. 

JOHN TAYLOR, 50 acs. Isle of Wight 
Co., Nov. 22, 1637, Page 500. An is- 
land running up the Pagan shore op- 
posite Arthur Smith. For his per. adv. 

THOMAS POWELL, 100 acs. Upper 
Co. New Norfolk, June 10, 1637, Page 
501. S. side Nansamond Riv. Per. adv. 
of himself & Robert Floyd. (This name 
has been changed to Lloyd.) 

Same. 200 acs. in same co. Same date. 
About 1 mi. from his own plantation. 
Trans, of: Geo. Castle, Robert Lowe, 
Francis Goodman, William Bracele. 

GEORG SAUGHIER (Saugher) 200 
acs. Eliz. City Co., Nov. 23, 1637, Page 
501. Adj. Robert Gould. Trans, of 
Elizabeth, his wife, Elizabeth his daugh- 
ter, Robert, his brother & Margery 
Hacker. (This name has been altered 
and appears several times in the above 
as Slaughier(. 

HENRY SNAYLE (Snaile) 50 acs. Isle 
of Wight Co., Nov. 23, 1637, Page 502. 
N. upon Pagan Cr., E. upon Moones Cr. 
& Adj. Peter Hayes. In right of Wil- 
liam Taylor. 

THOMAS DAVIS, 100 acs. Isle of 
Wight Co., Nov. 23, 1637, Page 502. 
Called Oyster banke Neck, adj. Thomas 
Jorden. Trans, of 2 pers. Names not 
given. 

RICHARD PRESTON, 100 acs. Nov. 
23, 1637, Page 502. Upon uppermost 
end of Thos. Jordan's great Indianfeild 
neck, beg. at eastern side of brook 
known as Indian Snares. Trans, of: 
Michael Vinkles & Walter Brute. 

ROBERT PARTIN, 40 acs. Eliz. City, 
Nov. 24, 1637, Page 503. E. upon land 
of Widdow Tompson, S. on the Fort 
feild, W. on Robert Brasheare & N. to 
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JOHN BROCHE, 400 acs. Chas. River 
Co., Nov. 24, 1637, Page 503. Upon 
Queens Cr. For per. adv. of himself & 
wife, Barbary, & trans, of: Adam 
Oliver (name altered) Chr. Cutler, Tho. 
Owen, Henry Guy, Robert Ward, Eliz. 
Bennett. Patent renewed in name of 
Nicholas Jarnew. 

Same. 300 acs. Same county, same date. 
Trans, of: Nicholas Bates, Thomas 
Sewell, William Savary, Jon. Walton, 
Mary Osborne, Francis Perris. 

DAVID MANSELL, 500 acs. James 
City Co., Nov. 24, 1637, Page 504. In 
Martins Hundred, adj. his own planta- 
tion. (Confirmation of patent formerly 
granted — Vol. 1, p. 20, in which this 
name was given as Daniel. Headrights 
are repeated because names differ in this 
later patent) Richard Kincott, Jonas 
Evans, John Smallwood, Phillipp Powell, 
Wm. Crouch, Willi. Hely, Geo. Bullock, 
Francis Segar, Eliza. Lewis, John Ben- 
nett. 



near land of John Vasler. Per. adv. of 
himself, wife Elizabeth, two sons Joseph 
& Benjamin & trans, of Martin Douflin, 
Jon. Manly, Jane Corke. 

DAVID WINLEY, 100 acs. Accomack 
Co., Nov. 27, 1637, Page 507. Butting 
upon Cherrystones. Due in right of his 
now wife Jone & her former husband 
Richard Young. This patent renewed in 
the name of Pharoah Young, Aug. 30, 
1643, he being heir to the same. 

Same. 250 acs. in same county, same 
date. Page 507. Butting upon Capt. 
William Stone's Cr., lying in an old In- 
dian town called the Mattoones by Hun- 
gars. Per. adv. of himself & trans, of 4 
pers., whose names are not given. 

ROBERT THROCKMORTON, 300 acs. 
in Chas. River Co., Aug. 24, 1637, Page 
508. Adj. William Clarke. For his per. 
adv. & trans, of: John Bristoe, Robert 
Turner, Henry Warren, Thomas Clarke, 
Richard Bilcliffe. 



THOMAS SYMMONS, 450 acs. Chas. 
River Co., Nov. 25, 1637, Page 505. 
Upon Footeball quarter cr., adj. William 
Freeman & Andrew Huntington. 50 acs. 
to be supplied between sd. Thomas & 
Gilbert Symmons. Trans, of: John 
Cortes, Geo. Habetill, Robt. Robins, 
Dorothy Glover, Rich. Tompson, James 
Lester, Rich. Winter, Emerie Ealerye, 
Wm. Mad well. 

HUMPHREY TABB, 50 acs. Eliz. City 
Co., Nov. 25, 1637, Page 505. Adj. his 
own plantation. & land of John Duckett. 
Trans, of: Richard Jenkinson. 

IOHN WICKLIFE, 100 acs. Upper Co. 
New Norfolk, Nov. 25, 1637. Page 
505. Upon Chuckatuck Riv., adj. Wil- 
liam Eyres. Trans. 2 persons. No 
names. 

NICHOLAS HILL, 100 acs. Eliz. City 
Co., Nov. 25. 1637, Page 506. Adj. 
Thos. Watts. For his per. adv. & trans, 
of John Coffin. 

TOSEPH COBB, 400 acs. in Isle of 
Wight Co., Aug. 4, 1637, Page 506. 
On branch of New Towne Haven Riv., 



ELLIANOR DAY & THOMAS EM- 
MENSON, 300 acs. in Warwick River 
Co., Nov. 27, 1637, page 508. Adj. 
Thomas Attowell. Trans, of: Edward 
Sandall, John Ford, Robert Beatall, 
Nathan Gadle, Geo. Johnson, William 
Osmotherly. 

JOHN MOONE, 550 acs. Isle of Wight 
Co., Oct. 10, 1637, Page 509. Upon 
Pagan Cr., adj. his own land. Trans, of: 
Thomas Hynes, Wm. Harris, Wm. Vin- 
son, Peter Gleare, Robert Virgin, Rich. 
Bufort, Walton Norden, Hugh Press, 
Math. Bassett, Margarett Small, John 
Vanham. 

CAPT. ANDREW HASTLER & RICH- 
ARD WILSONN, Mariner, Dec. 18, 
1637, Page 509. An entire neck of land 
in Chickahominy Riv. known as Pease 
Hill, Adj. William Beard, Mariner. 
They to make same due by trans. 1 ser- 
vant for every 50 acs. 

JONATHAN LANGWORTH. Chirur- 
gien, 1.200 acs. Upper Co. New Nor- 
folk. Dec. 18, 1637, Page 510. On 
western branch of Eliz. River. 600 acs. 
by assignment from Patrick Kennedye, 



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Mariner, & 600 acs. for trans, of: Tho- 
mas Ward, Jon. Kitchin, Greg. Oakes, 
Jon. Sanders, Daniell Audick, Evans 
Garraway, Richard Kenny, Richard Os- 
borne, Mary Hatred, Edward Griffin, 
Jon. Marsey, Edward Tomlinson. 

HENRY PERY, 2,000 acs. Chas. City 
Co., Dec. 18, 1637, Page 511. Son & 
heir of Capt. William Pery, late of Va., 
& bequeathed by will dated Aug. 5, 
1637; also due by order of court dated 
Sept. 19, 1633. Land known as Buck- 
land. Trans, of: Joseph Jolly, Edward 
Percy, Wm. Lee, Walter Daukes, Eliz. 
Moore, Geo. Baker, Jon. Bearne, Edw. 
Clarke, Jon. Mace, Jon. Carpenter, Hugh 
Fox, Elias Wigmore, Jon. Radish, Robt. 
Mercer, Tho. Bembridge, Hen. Dix, 
Jone Freeman, Charles Mason, Dan. 
Scott, Rich. Smith, Ann Frisby, Symon 
Symmons, Jon. Harris, JefTery Steele, 
Eliza. Bradly, Gilbert Mauckes, Tho. 
Reynolds, Phillipp Walker, Phillip Wal- 
ter, Jon. Gill, Wm. Courtier, Jon. Res- 
ton, Ann Stanford, Eliz. Dauter, Daniell 
Lewellin, Charles Greene, Gabriel Adea, 
Wm. Geat, Jon. Sykamore, John Kings- 
ton. 

ARTHUR BAYLY, 200 acs. Henrico 
Co., Jan. 16, 1637, Page 512. Abutting 
Lord Island, Northerly towards the falls 
of the river, Trans, of: Hen. Robinson, 
Jon. Drinkwater, James Evans, Jonas 
Bowers. 

ARTHUR BAYLY & THOMAS CROS- 
BY, 800 acs. in same county, date & 
page. Adj. Samuel Almond. Trans, by 
them of: Wm. Calfe, Jon. Duch, Wm. 
Greene, Mary Doubly, Jeremiah Burr, 
Thos. Busby, Jon. Harris, Willi. Rider, 
Edward Evans, Wm. Ridley, Jon. Ben- 
nett, Rich. Childs, Wm. Barker, Robt. 
Phelps, Charles White. Thos. Crosby 
assigned his rights to Saml. Almond. 

ARTHUR BAYLY, 300 acs. same coun- 
ty, 513. Jan. 1637. Adj. Saml. Almond 
& James Place. For his per. adv. & 
trans, of 5 person, of whom only one is 
named, Robert Spinke. 

TOHN DENNETT, 400 acs. Chas. River 
Co., Jan. 15, 1637, Pa*e 513. Upon 
Utyes Cr., near Martins Hundred & adj. 



John Burland. Trans, of: John Reeves, 
Robert Williamson, Edmund Andrewes, 
Eliza, his wife, Oliver Walker, Henry 
Mishew. 

STEPHEN CHARLTON, 200 acs. Acco- 
mack Co., Jan. 15, 1637, Page 514. 
Adj. John Wilkinson & Lady Dale. 
Trans, of 4 pers. John Ivell, John 
Wilton. (Other names not given). 

CAPT. THOMAS PAULETT, 2,000 acs. 
in Chas. City Co., Jan. 15, 1637, Page 
514 E. upon Capt. Perry & W. upon 
Berkeley Hundred. Per. adv. of him- 
self & brother, Chiddock Paulett, & 
trans, of: Jon. Trussell, And. Hore, 
Edw. Shippey, Tho. Cox, Wm. Havert, 
Evan Morgan, Jon. Lewellin, Walter 
Nichols, Jon. King, Phi. Major, Jon. 
Towell, Jon. Long, Rich. Carpenter, Jon. 
Cuninghorm, Jon. Beldam, Eliz. Clarke, 
Elias Tally, Tho. Gregory, Wm. Cooper, 
Susan Hate, Wm. Rose, David Flood, 
Peter Low, Robt. Chaplyn. 

ROBERT HAYES, 100 acs. Lower Co. 
New Norfolk, Feb. 10, 1637, Page 515. 
N. W. upon Lynhaven River. Trans, of 
himself & wife. (Name not given). 

GEORG HULL, 540 acs. Chas. River 
Co., Feb., 10, 1637, Page 515. N. upon 
plantation of Thomas Sewell, & near 
Thomas Laydon. Trans. of: Owen 
Macker & Garrett Farrell & 9 others, 
whose names are not mentioned. 

CAPT. ADAM THOROGOOD, 200 
acs. Lower Co. New Norfolk, Feb. 8, 
1637, Page 515. A neck of land upon a 
cr. running out of Lynhaven Riv. For 
trans, of 3 Negroes & 50 acs. part of 
second devident due to John Gundrye. 

Same. 200 acs. Eliz. City Co., Feb. 10, 
1637, Page 516. Upon Hampton Riv. 
called Capps Point, near William Parry 
& John Woodall. Due by assignment 
from John Gundrye & William Lansdall. 
Same. 600 acs. Lower Co. New Nor- 
folk, Feb. 12, 1637, Page 517. Upon 
E. side of Lynhaven River. Trans, of: 
Robert Whetle, Choyce Johnson, Eliza. 
Lawton, Tho. Mitchell, Jon. Phillipps, 
Ton. Crabb. Robert Bennett, Edward 
Black, Jon. James, Edward Williams, 
Edw. Strong, Jon. Burges. 



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Same. 200 acs. Eliz. City Co., March 
12, 1634, Page 518. N. upon John 
Robinson, E. upon Thos. Bolding, & his 
own land, & S. upon William Capps. 
Due by purchase from Capt. Stephens, 
late of Va. 

ROBERT TAYLOR, 100 acs. Upper Co. 
New Norfolk, Feb. 8, 1637, Page 516. 
Two necks of land in western branch of 
Eliz. River, adj. Mathew Howard. Trans, 
of: Thomas Smith & Peter Hill. 

THOMAS WESTON, Mariner, 650 acs. 
Chas. River Co., Feb. 9, 1637, Page 517. 
N. upon land of Sergeant Wayne. 
Trans, of: William Rawlings, Tho. 
Willis, Rich. Lacy, Jon. Darbye, Rich. 
Powell, Tho. Wetherbye, Grace Smith, 
Thomas Watkins, John Joyce, Richard 
Bruin, Dennis Bretherston, Henry Har- 
ris, Wm. Golding. 

CHARLES BARCROFT, 350 acs. Isle of 
Wight Co., Feb. 10, 1637, Page 517. 
Adj. Christopher Reynolds, towards Cy- 
press Swamp. Due by assignment from 
Richard Death, who trans.: William 
Banton, Hen. Butler, James Cousens, 
Edwd. Gradin, Rich. Lucas, Rich. 
Mathews, Robert Steers. 

HUMPHREY HIGGENSON, Gent., 
700 acs. Feb. 6, 1637, Page 519. W. S. 
W. upon branch of Archers Hope Cr. 
which parts it from Kingsmells neck, & 
another branch called the great neck 
alias the barren neck which parts it from 
Richard Brewster. Said land having 
been granted his now wife, Elizabeth, by 
order of court dated Oct. 4, 1637, & 
trans, of: Edward Hartop, Anth. Lenton, 
Nowell Floyd, Tho. Rogers, Mary Robin- 
son, Thomas Adams, John Turner, 
Henry Bower, John Hampton, Hen. 
Moone, Edward Gibson, Dorothy Pirn, 
Tho. Bullard. 

RICHARD BREWSTER, Gent., 500 acs. 
James City Co., Feb. 6, 1637, Page 520. 
Called the great neck, adj. Tutteys Neck, 
branch of Archers Hope Cr. Due by 
order of court dated Oct. 4, 1637; also 
as an ancient planter in the time of Sir 
Thomas Dale & for the trans, of his 
wife, 2 children, his brother Henry, & 
3 male servants. (Names do not appear) . 



ARGOLL YEARDLY, 500 acs. Upper 
Co. New Norfolk, Feb. 6, 1637, Page 
521. S. side Dumpling Island Cr. in 
Nansamond River, adj. William Parker. 
For the per. adv. of himself, wife Fran- 
ces & trans, of: Susan Beale, Thomas 
Adderby, Rice Jones, Edward Kinsey, 
Christo. Graunt, Jon. Woodcocke. 

JOHN CORKER, 6 acs. in James Island, 
Feb. 10, 1637, Page 521. Called the 
midle ridge near Goose Hill, near Rich- 
ard Tree& William Spencer. 
CAPT. THOMAS FLINT, 850 acs. 
Warwick Riv., March 1, 1637, Page 522. 
E. & W. towards Stanley Hundred, E. 
towards the mills, near Major Thomas 
Barnard & Capt. William Perrie. Trans, 
of: Jon. Stephens, Rich. Butress, Tho. 
Blanker, Edw. Hudson, Wm. Strutton, 
Hen. Brotherton, Jon. Farth, Jon. 
Roberts, Nich. Moore, Wm. Norcott, 
Daniell Peirce, Jon. Harratt, Fr. Miller, 
Jon. Mathew, Jon. Hentlands, Robert 
Idam, Hen. Copeland. 

HUMPHREY LOYD, 250 acs. Charles 
River Co., Nov. 6, 1637, Page 523. Up- 
on Black Walnut Cr., near Thomas Raye. 
Trans, of: Edward Roberts, David 
Peirce, Michaell Garner, William 
Maurice, Geo. Colledge. 

JONATHAN LANGWORTH, 400 acs. 
Lower Co. New Norfolk, Mar. 7, 1637, 
Page 523. Upon western branch of Eliz. 
River. Trans, of 8 pers., whose names 
are not given. 

TOHN SLATER, 700 acs. Upper Co. 
New Norfolk, Mar. 10, 1637, Page 523. 
S. E. upon Nansamond Riv., adj. Francis 
Maulden & Edw. Major. Trans, of 14 
pers., whose names are not given. 

CHRISTOPHER STOKES, 250 acs. 
Warwick River, Mar. 10, 1637, Page 
524. Called Stokes Neck lying at the 
head of Blunt Point Cr. Trans, of: 
Hen. Powell, Samuell Walton, Eliza. 
Dickes, Richard Symons, Launcelott 
Stokes. 

CHARLES MAGNOR, Planter, of 
Flower de Hundred to WILLIAM 
HAYWARD. Gent, of Cawseys Cleere, 
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ing E. upon Appamuttucks River, S. up- 
on Appamuttucks Towne, W. upon the 
main land & N. upon Swift Creeke. 
Feb. 8, 1634, Pa^e 524. Witnesses: 
Wm. Reynes & Daniell Lewellin. 

JOHN DAVIS to THOMAS CURTIS, 
200 acs., July 20, 1633, Page 525. Adj. 
John Powell of Batchelors Hope. Wit- 
nesses: Joseph Ham & Epaphroditus 
Lawson. 

I 
MICHAELL RATCLIFFE, Gent, of 
Chisekiake, to JOHN BURLAND, Plan- 
ter, of the same place, 25 acs., adj. land 
of Benjamin Cheyney, upon Uties Cr. 
May 25, 1634, Page 525. Due for per. 
adv. of sd. RatclifTe to Chisekiake. 
Witnesses: Thomas Ward & Benjamin 
Cheyney. 

HUMPHREY SCONE, of Nansamond, 
to FRANCIS HOUGH, 300 acs., Dec. 
26, 1636, Page 525. Witnesses: Tho. 
Addison & Jon. Skinner. 

CHRISTOPHER BRANCH, of Kings- 
land, 60 acs. to JAMES PLACE, June 
14, 1636, Page 526. Consideration: 100 
acs. surrendered by sd. Place. Wit- 
nesses: Francis Roberts & William 
Woolley. 

JAMES PLACE to THOMAS BARTON 
the above mentioned land, April 10, — 
Page 527. Consideration: 600 Lbs. to- 
bacco & 3 bbls. corn. Witnesses: Wil- 
liam Little & Robert Craddock. (Bar- 
ton's name is also given as John). 

HENRY HAWKINS, 300 acs. in Lower 
Co. New Norfolk, May 24, 1638, Page 
528. 6 mi. up the eastern branch of 
Elizabeth Riv., E. upon Rainshawes Cr. 
Due by purchase from William Rain- 
shawe. 

STEPHEN CHARLTON, 1,000 acs. 
Accomack Co., May 10, 1638, Page 528. 
N. E. upon main cr. of Nuhwattocks, 
adj. William Andrewes and the main 
bay. Trans, of: Alex Williamson, Jon. 
England, Edwd. Ednall, Jon. Woodford, 
Tho. Symons, Jon. Collins, Wm. Davis, 
Edwd. Daniell, Tho .Bell, Wm. Moult, 
Wm. Williams, Jon. Robinson, James 
Blithe, Robt. Rhoades, Brice Marks, 
Chri. Moyses, Nich. White, Nich. 



Gower, Archelane Stephens, Alex. Chap 
man. 

AMBROSE BENNETT, May 8, 1638, 
300 acs. Isle of Wight Co., Page 529. 
Trans, of: Morris Bennett, William 
Morris, Richard Jones, Anthony Cole, 
Henry Eaton, Humphrey West. 

ARTHUR SMITH, 1,450 acs. Isle of 
Wight Co., Sept. 10, 1637, Page 529. 
Trans, of: Richard Hughes, Moyses 
Stone, Wm. Jones, Jon. Auger, Wm. 
Chapman Tho. Gravis, Sampson Gross, 
Greg. Soper, Ann Tompson, Rich. Biggs, 
Jon. Roe, Jon. Newer, Alice Smith, Jon. 
Barcroft, Jane his wife, Thomas Wilkin- 
son, Peter Lather, Roger Waters, James 
Roche, Thomas Coxson, Jonathan Fay- 
den, Tho. Carter, Jon. Tomlinson, 
Lawrence Robins, Wm. Allumbly, Tho. 
Godbye, Cicely Cotton, Mary Champion. 
Renewed in the name of Arthur Smith. 

EDWARD TRAVIS, 900 acs. James 
City Co., Jan. 25, 1637, Page 531. Up- 
on the head of Upper Chippoaks Cr., 
adj. Jeremiah Dickenson. "200 acs. 
thereof due in right of John Johnson, 
his wife & 2 children the daughter & 
heir of sd. Johnson, hee the sd. Travis 
marrying," 250 acs. for 5 pers. trans, by 
sd. Johnson & 450 acs. for the trans, of 
9 pers. by sd Travis. Walter Travis, 
Nich. Cosones, Water Johnson, Dorothy 
Bornett, Katherine Dowse, Thos. Bath, 
Tho. Huson, Robert Simpson, Peter Hill, 
John Turvey, Francis Chambers, Jon. 
Jennings, Richard New. Patent renewed 
in the name of Johnson & Travis. 

Same. 300 acs. in same county, same 
date, Page 532. For his per. adv. & 
trans, of: Ambrose Joyner, Rich. Sut- 
ton, Katherine Wilkins, Robert Pittway. 
This patent surrendered by Travis. 

PELEG BUCK, 500 acs. in James City 
Co., May 29, 1638, Page 532. Near the 
Gleab land & land lately in the tenure 
of Thomas Phillipps, adj. S. upon land 
belonging to the orphans & heirs of 
Richard Buck. Sd. land bequeathed un- 
to him by his brother Gersham Buck, 
who purchased same of Sergt. Thomas 
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THOMAS CROMPE to GERSHON 
BUCK, of James Town Island, 500 acs. 
& "all my howses, edifices, buildings, 
gardens, orchards, lands, tenements & 
hereditaments" in sd. county. Witness: 
Thomas Cooke. 

CAPT. WILLIAM BROCAS, 1,621 acs., 
April 12, 1638, Page 533. One of the 
Councell of State. Adj. the Mills, on a 
swamp which comes down from the 
Otterdams, & near house of Thomas 
Henshawe. Names of 33 pers. not 
given. 

JOSEPH HARMON, 800 acs., James 
City Co., May 21, 1638, Page 534. On 
W. side of Chickahominy Riv., near 
Please Hill. Trans, of: William Beard, 
Joane Beard, Tho. Stout, Hen. Meares, 
Fr. Withers, Tho. Lock, Nich. Midleton, 
Anth. Rockwood, Margarett Walton, 
Tho. Burcher, Jon. Kitchin, Ellin 
Rogers, Rich. Smith, Hen. Lee, Eliza. 
Blacker, Edward Griffin. 

THOMAS HARWOOD, Gent., 1,850 
acs. James City Co., Nov. 7, 1637, Page 
535. On Kethes Cr., adj. William 
Rabnett & Richard Atkins & part there- 
of W. & S. upon Martins Hundred. 
Trans, of 37 persons, whose names are 
not given. 

EDMOND MORECROFT, 500 acs. 
James City Co., May 29, 1638, Page 

535. About 2 mi. up Pynie Point Cr. 
Trans, of 10 pers., whose names are not 
given. 

EPAPHRODITUS LAWSON, 250 acs. 
May 29, 1638, Page 535. In a creek on 
the S. E. side of Nansamond Riv., adj. 
John Armye. Due by purchase from 
Martha Tomlin. 

WILLIAM DURFORD, 150 acs. Lower 
Co. of New Norfolk, May 29, 1638, 
Page 536. 6 mi. up southern branch of 
Eliz. Riv. Trans, of 3 pers., names not 
given. 

THOMAS LAMBETH, 200 acs. Lower 
Co. New Norfolk, May 29, 1638, Page 

536. On a cr. between Capt. Thomas 
Willoughby & John Gater. Trans, of: 
Mathew Holmes, James Monncer, De- 
gery Bond, Wm. Prosser. 



HENRY BRADLY, 200 acs. Upper Co. 
New Norfolk, Nov. 22, 1637, Page 537. 
Upon New Towne Haven River. Trans, 
of Frances Bradly, his wife, Walter Bill, 
Jon. Felton, Wm. Noble. 

ROBERT CRADDOCK, 300 acs. Henri- 
co. Co., May 29, 1638, Page 537. On 
a cr. towards Lilly Valley, adj. William 
Cox, Isaac Hutchins & John Davis. 
Trans, of 6 persons, whose names are 
not given. 

CAPT. FRANCIS EPES, 1,700 acs. 
Charles City Co., May 29, 1638, Page 

537. Confirmation of former patent. 
(Vol. 1, p. 8). 

WILLIAM CRANAGE, 400 acs. Upper 
Co. New Norfolk, Feb. 10, 1637, Page 

538. E. side of Pagan Point Cr. For 
his per. adv. & trans, of his wife, Eliza- 
beth, his children: Margarett, Eliza. 
Marg. Edmund, & Edward Sadler & 
Richard Garner. This patent surren- 
dered & another made for 300 acs. else- 
where. 

JOHN WILKINS, 500 acs. Accomac 
Co., March 10, 1637, Page 539. Upon 
the upper end of the Secretary's land, 
adj. & parallel to Kings Cr. also adj. 
Obedience Robins, Gent. Trans. 10 
pers., whose names are not given. 

THOMAS SAWYER, 250 acs. Lower 
Co. New Norfolk, May 10, 1638, Page 

539. About 2 mi. up eastern branch of 
Eliz. River, W. upon Nehuntas Cr. & 
E. upon Billingsgate Cr. Trans, of: 
Christopher Hamond, Wm. Spackford, 
Tho. Kirke, Tho. White, Isabell Able- 



HUMPHREY SCONE, 200 acs. Upper 
Co. New Norfolk, Mar. 10, 1637, Page 
539. Upon Cross Cr., adj. land of Mar- 
garett Rogers, now wife of John Ger- 
rard. Due by purchase from Francis 
Hough. This patent renewed & 100 acs. 
added. 

FRANCIS HOUGH, of Nansamund, to 
HUMPHREY SCOEN, the full right & 
interest of 300 acs. "which is for 6 
servants to mee belonging whose names 
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occasion shall serve," Dec. 26, 1636, 
Page 540. Witnesses: Thomas Addison, 
Jon. Slcinner. 

ROBERT PITTS, Merchant, 550 acs. in 
Isle of Wight Co., Feb. 14, 1637, Page 
540. About 3}4 mi. up New Towne 
Haven River, opposite land of William 
Denham, now in the tenure of sd. Pitts, 
& opposite Thomas Bush. For his per. 
adv. & trans, of: William Denson, 
Edwd. Hartwell, Rich. Gaunt, Edward 
Butler, Francis Burly, Nath. Carter, Hen. 
Symons, Wm. Seldome, Richard Burges, 
Rich. Graves. 

EDWARD NORTH, 100 acs. James 
City Co., Dec. 16, 1637, Page 541. In 
Smiths Fort Cr., Northwards to land 
known as Erasmus Carter's Neck. Trans, 
of himself & Richard Deane. 

HENRY TOMPSON, 150 acs. James 
City Co., Dec. 16, 1637, Page 541. 
Easterly upon Smith's Fort Cr. & S. up- 
on land leased to John Buckmaster. For 
his per. adv. & trans, of: Jon. Gee & 
Robt. Medle. Renewed in name of John 
Newman, Apr. 16, 1644. 

WILLIAM PARKER, 350 acs. Upper 
Co. New Norfolk, June 18, 1638, Page 

543. N. W. upon Nansamond Riv. at 
Powells Cr., adj. his own land. Trans. 
of: Roger Salisbury, Richard Savage, 
Dorothy Cole, Edward Laughson, Wal- 
ter Williams, John Hatton & Robert 
May. 

JOHN SEAWARD, 400 acs. Isle of 
Wight Co., June 18, 1638, Page 544. 
N. W. upon Caryes Neck. Trans, of: 
John Seaward, John Williams, Edward 
Brandy, Wm. Frye, Anth. Mathews, 
Gerson Gromwell, Jon. Lippett, Phillipp 
Plumblye. This patent surrendered & 
taken up elsewhere. 

GEORG SALISBURY, 500 acs. Upper 
Co. New Norfolk., June 18, 1638, Page 

544. E. upon Chuckatuck Riv. Granted 
by order of Court at James City Dec. 4, 
1634. 

JOSEPH BOARNE. 500 acs: Chas. City 
Co., May 6, 1638, Page 545. In Apoa- 
muttucks Riv., N. towards John Baker 



& S. towards Henry Miller. For his per. 
adv. & trans, of: Roger Crawe, John 
Clarke, Elizabeth Davis, Gilbert Dakins, 
Richard Delabeere, Tho. White, Daniell 
Keyes, Alex. Summers, Geo. Birch. 

NICHOLAS JARNEW, 400 acs., 400 
acs. in Chas. River Co., May 6, 1638, 
Page 545. Upon Queens Cr. running 
parallel thereto until cut off by cr. called 
Jarnews Journey. Due by assignment 
from John Brock. 

EDWARD STEPHENSON & HENRY 
COOKENEY, 350 acs. James City Co., 
May 6, 1638, Page 545. S. side of the 
main river over against James City 
called the pynie point, Adj. Capt. Powell 
& John Long. Due by assignment from 
Henry Hart. 

JOHN RADFORD, 200 acs. Lower Co. 
New Norfolk, May 6, 1638, Page 546. 
Upon Wright's Cr., Browne's Bay & 
Westermost branch of Eliz. Riv. Due 
by assignment from John Slaughter. 

JEREMIAH DICKENSON, 500 acs. 
James City Co., May 6, 1638, Page 546. 
Upon Upper Chippoaks Cr., beginning 
at Swann Bay. Trans, of: Eliza. Flin- 
ton, Henry Hayes, Elias Jue, James 
Hayes, Robert Newton, Robt. Muxford, 
Sarah Henchley, Eliza. Hayes, Wm. 
Gage, Symon Roufe. 

WILLIAM CLARKE, 1,100 acs., May 6, 
1638. Confirmation of former patent. 
In this patent the name of his wife is 
given as "Dorothy Gardiner, widdowe 
to Edward Gardiner.'' Headrights the 
same excent John Medler is listed as 
Tohn Meader, and Nich Pledge as Nich 
Pleg. 

ANN HALLOM, 1,000 acs. Henrico 
Co., May 6, 1638, Page 547. Widow 
of Robert Hallom; upon the river, West 
& by North towards Bremo, adj. Rich- 
ard Cocke, E. & by S. towards Turkey 
Island Cr., adj. John Price. Due sd. 
Ann & the heirs of Robert Hollom by 
bargain & sale from Arthur Bayly, 
merchant. 

TOHN MERRYMAN, 150 acs. Chas. 
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Weyanoke, Perce Lennon & David Jones. 
Due by assignment from James Merry- 
man. 

RICE HOE, 700 acs. James City Co., 
May 9, 1638, Page 549. At a place 
called Capt. Martins shipps, S. upon 
land of Alice Edloe & beginning over 
against the mouth of Upper Chippokes 
Cr. Due by order of court dated June 
5, 1637 & also for the trans, of 14 per- 
sons, whose names do not appear. 
Patent renewed by Sir. Wra. Berkeley & 
300 acs. added. 

JAMES WARRADINE, 150 acs. Chas 
City Co., May 10, 1638, Page 550. Adj 
his own land. For trans, of: Howell 
Palmer, Jon. Gosall, Margarett Sinckler 

THOMAS BAGWELL, 450 acs. Con 
firmation of patent noted in Vol. 2, p 
71, in which this name is given as Tho- 
mas Baywell. Headrights the same as 
former patent, and wife's name given as 
Joane Bagwell. Page 550. 

ELIZABETH BALHASH, 300 acs. Hen- 
rico Co., May 2, 1638, Page 551. With- 
in 4 mi. Cr., near Curies, S. & by W. 
uoon land of William Vincent. Pan of 
1,000 acs. granted by order of court Dec. 
9, 1636. 

WALTER CHILES, Merchant, 250 acs. 
Chas. City Co., May 2, 1638, Page 551. 
In Appamuttuck River, near land of Ed- 
ward Tonstall. For his per. adv. & 
trans, of: Henry Tutton, Jon. Gerry, 
Jon. Shaw, Sarah Cole. 

BRYAN SMITH, 140 acs. Henrico Co., 
May 2, 1638, Page 552. At Curies, adj. 
Thomas Markham. Due for per. adv. of 
himself & wife (name not given) & 
trans, of John Lupton. 

ROGER DAVIS, 550 acs. in Charles 
City Co., May 4, 1638, Page 552. W. 
upon Apamuttuck Riv. & S. upon swamp 
belonging to Henry Miller. Due in right 
of the adv. of John Pasmore & Mary, 
his wife, who is now the wife of sd. 
Davis, & trans, of 9 persons, 3 of whom 
were trans, by sd. Davis & 6 by Pas- 
more: Wm. Serjeant, Jon. Panier, Alex. 
Brett, Rowland Williams, Jane Honine, 



Tho. Jent, Tho. Jennings, Alexander 
Maties, Oliver Simmons. 

WILLIAM HAYWARD, 200 acs. Chas. 
City Co., May 5, 1638, Page 553. Up- 
on Appamuttuck Riv., lying before his 
plantation called Conjurers feild, begin- 
ning where land of Mr. John Baug (h) 
ends. For the per. adv. of himself & 
wife, Ellen, & trans, of: John Kendall, 
James Hewes. By certificate of Edward 
Wigg, Surveyor, it appears this land 
contained but 130 acs. 

CAPT. WILLIAM BROCAS, 50 acs., 
Warwick Co., May 24, 1638, Page 554. 
One of the Councell of State. "Being 
within a quarter of a mile of the Mills 
at the head of the river, the measure to 
begin at the head of a green swampe." 
Trans, of 1 servant, name not given. 

JOHN COOKENEY, 20 acs. Henrico 
Co., May 17, 1638, Page 555. For trans, 
of 1 servant (name not given). 

Same. 150 acs. Henrico Co., May 18, 
1638, Page 555. S. upon land of Joseph 
Chadd, W. upon Richard Taylor, E. up- 
on the river & N. towards 4 mi. cr. 
For trans, of: Robert Martin, Walter 
Brookes, Tho. Mitchell. 

HENRY ROWEN, 300 acs., Chas. City 
Co., May 22, 1638, Page 555. Adjoin- 
ing Weyanoke, upon Mathews Cr. Due 
by assignment from Perce Lemon. 

BENJAMIN CARRILL, 700 acs. James 
City Co., Mav 16, 1638, Page 556. 
Beginning at Sandy Point, down river 
to Danceing Pt., adj. Mathew Edloe. 
Trans, of himselfe & wife Elizabeth, 
Henrv Carrill, Ann Peterson, Rich. 
Reeks, James Whitehead, Wm. Hills, 
Edmond Camellim, Edwd. Ellis, Eliza. 
Talley, Humphrey Williams, Jonathan 
Darson, Laur. Jackson, Alex. Morey. 

TOHN GRAVES, 200 acs. Elizabeth 
City Co., May 15, 1638, Pa<?e 556. Due 
by assignment from John Trussell. 

ABRAHAM WOOD. 400 acs. Charles 
City Co., May 14, 1638. page 557. In 
Appamattuck River, N. upon John 
Baker, S. upon Joseph Bourne, W. upon 



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the main river over against Percies Toyle 
Cr. Trans, of: Thomas Croiney, Robt. 
Powell, Nich. Meader, Jon. Baylye, Ed- 
mond Edwards, Jone Higgins, Allen 
Tucker, Roger Kenney. 

PETER STAFFERTON, 200 acs. Eliz. 
City Co., May 13, 1638, Page 557. Up- 
on little Poquoson Cr., adj. Dictoris 
Christmas & John Moore. Due by as- 
signment from John Trussell. 

CHARLES FOARD, 250 acs. James 
City Co., May 19, 1638, Page 557. 
Against Danceing Point & upon Sunken 
Marsh Cr. Due by assignment from Ed- 
ward Minter. 

JOHN HOLLIS & RICHARD BEN- 
NETT, 200 acs. Charles River Co., May 
21, 1638, Page 558. Upon Chisopean 
Bay. Due by assignment from Capt. 
John Cheesman. 

MATHEW PRICE, 150 acs. Henrico 
Co., May 23, 1638, Page 558. Son & 
heir of John Price, Laborer, late of Vir- 
ginia. Upon Turkey Island Cr., West 
& North towards Bremo, S. & W. upon 
land granted his father now in posses- 
sion of his mother Ann Hallom, wid- 
dow. Due in right of his father who 
had 150 acs. granted Feb. 20, 1619- 

EDMOND MORECROFT & JOHN 
DANSEY, 700 acs. James City Co., May 
20, 1638, Page 559. On Chickahominy 
Riv., about 4 mi. above Clay banck, to- 
wards the river behind land of William 
Frye, above head of Pasbye Hayes Cr., 
southerly towards Theodore Moyses. 
Trans, of 14 pers., whose names are not 
given. 

JOHN BAUGH, 250 acs. Henrico Co., 
May 11, 1638, Page 559. In Appamat- 
tuck River, upon land lately belonging 
to Abraham Peircey. Trans, of: Geo. 
Channon, Tho. Butler, Ann Streete, 
Rich. Plant William Peterson. 

WILLIAM HATCHER, 150 acs., Page 
569. In Appamuttuck Riv., adj. Mary 
Box. Trans, of: Nicholas Ison, Francis 
Dunell, Henry Lilley. 

SARAH CLOYDEN, Widow, 200 acs. 
Isle of Wight Co., May 28, 1638, Page 



569. Adj. Humphrey Sconen. Trans, of: 
Tobias Horton, Giles Taylor, John Tay- 
lor, Henry Symons. Assigned to John 
Allen, by him to Humphrey Scoen, by 
him to Henry Bradly & renewed in name 
of sd. Bradly. 

Same. 150 acs. Upper Co. of New Nor- 
folk, May 28, 1638, Page 569. Adj. 
Peter Rey. Trans, of: John Cole, Tho. 
Hart, Mould Snackson. 

MATHEW HEYWARD, 150 acs. Lower 
Co. New Norfolk, May 26, 1638, Page 
561. Upon Western branch of Eliz. 
River. Trans, of his wife, Ann Hay- 
ward, & 2 pers. whose names are not 
given. 

JOSEPH FARYE, 250 acs. Charles City 
Co., May 27, 1638, Page 561. In Appa- 
muttuck River, W. upon the falls, adj. 
Thomas Bagwell & opposite land of 
Nathaniel Tatum. For per. adv. of him- 
self & wife Ann & trans, of: Edward 
Hutchinson, Richard Sadd, John Lewis. 

EDWARD OLIVER, 500 acs., May 1, 
1638, Page 562. In Chickahominy 
River at Pynie Point. Trans, of: Tho- 
mas Golding, Dorothy Golding, John 
Smith, Thomas Grindall, John Turner, 
Francis Webster, Thomas Boaton, Georg 
Barber, Ann Edmonds, Thomas Edwards. 

GLOYD BLOYS, alias St. Andrew, 50 
acs. Chas. River Co., May 26, 1638, 
Page 562. Adj. Joseph Croshawe. 
Trans, of Joseph Crashaw. 

ABRAHAM SPENCER, 150 acs. James 
City Co., May 25, 1638, Page 562. Adj. 
plantation of Thomas Loveing, N. W. 
towards Midle plantation. Trans, of 3 
pers., whose names are not given. 

CHRISTOPHER STOAKES, 200 acs., 
Warwick Co., May 20, 1638, Page 563. 
At the head of Blunt Pt. Cr. Trans, of 
4 pers., whose names are not given. 

JOHN CLARKSON, 400 acs. Charles 
River Co., May 7, 1638, Page 563. Adj. 
his first devident. Trans, of: William 
Allen, Wm. Hackney, Richard Hole, 
Elizabeth Huson, Ann Clarkson, Jane 
Clarkson, Ann Clarkson, widow. 



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JOHN POWELL, 50 acs. Eliz. City Co., 
May 2, 1638, Page 564. Near land of 
William Morgan alias Brookes. Trans, 
of William Taylor. 

CHRISTOPHER LAWSON, 400 acs., 
James City Co., May 1, 1638, Page 564. 
At the head of Rolphes Cr. Trans, of: 
William Reynolds, William Coyt, Roger 
Aderson, Nicholas Williams, Thomas 
Wood, Georg Griffin, Thomas Womb- 
well. 

WILLIAM RAINSHAW, 300 acs. 
Lower Co. New Norfolk, May 5, 1638, 
Page 565. Upon Eastward branch of 
Eliz. River about 6 mi. up sd. branch. 
Trans, of: Covell Gaskin, William 
Brewer, Henry Jones, Richard Sternall, 
Jno. Hackley, John Wells. 

COBB HOWELL, 400 acs. Lower Co. 
New Norfolk, May 7, 1638, Page 565. 
In Lynhaven, E. upon Chesopeian Riv. 
alias Lynhaven. For his per. adv. & 
trans, of: Christopher Nugent, Edward 
Broughton, William Hunt, William 
Mathews, Charles Clarke, Edward 
Clarke, Robert Cape. 

RICHARD MAIOR, 300 acs. Chas. 
River Co., May 12, 1638, Page 566. Up- 
on Queens Cr. Trans, of: Georg Gaton, 
Ann Drake, James Holding, Thomas 
Breamer, Richard Miller, Margerett 
Miller. 

RICHARD YOUNG, 100 acs. May 11, 
1638, page 566. In New Towne Haven 
River, adj. land of Richard Preston. 
Trans, of 2 persons, whose names are 
not mentioned. 

JOHN SENIOR & HENRY CARMAN, 
150 acs. James City Co., May 10, 1638, 
Page 566. N. upon Upper Chippokes 
Cr., W. upon Thomas Weekes. Trans, 
of: William Lambdin, Martha Lambdin, 
Robert Lambdin. 

THOMAS SWANN, 300 acs. James 
City Co., May 9. 1638, page 567. Upon 
southerly side of Tames River, W. upon 
devident lately belonging to Capt. Ralph 
Harrier, now in possession of Jeremiah 
Clements, E. upon Edward Minter. In 
right of trans, of 6 persons, whose names 



are not given, by his father Wm. Swan, 
deed. 

THOMAS ELLIS, 50 acs. Henrico Co., 
May 7th, 1638, Page 567. Near land 
lately belonging to Sir John Zouch, 
Knight. Trans, of Richard Morris. 

HUMPHREY TABB, 100 acs. Eliz. City 
Co., May 6, 1638, Page 567. Near land 
lately belonging to Capt. Richard 
Stephens, near Ralph Fludd, adj. Elias. 
Leguard; Trans, of Richard Ball and 

Copeland (given name not 

mentioned.) 

JOHN MOYE, 300 acs. Lower Co. New 
Norfolk, May 5, 1638, Page 568. In 
Lynhaven, N. upon land of Mr. Henry 
Woodhowse. For his per. adv. & trans, 
of his wife Dorothy, William Martin, 
Thomas Thorne, Christopher Wynn, 
William Titon. 

HENRY WALKER, 175 acs. Accomack 
Co., May 17, 1638, Page 568. Adj. 
James Berry. Trans, of 4 pers., whose 
names are not mentioned. 25 acres is 
yet due sd. Walker. 

JOHN WAYNE, 300 acs. Chas. River 
Co., May 10, 1638, Page 569. N. upon 
Utye's Cr., E. upon the Gleab land & S. 
upon Capt. Robert Felgate. Due for 
adv. of himself, his wife Amy Wayne & 
Mary Ackland, Georg Ackland, Wm. 
Watts & Charity Ellerye the first year of 
sd. county. 

ABRAHAM ENGLISH, 50 acs. Chas. 
River Co., May 7, 1638, Page 569- Adj. 
land of Robert Todd & Francis Carter. 
For his per. adv. the first year of sd. 
county. 

NICHOLAS CLARKE, 150 acs. Chas. 
River Co., May 11, 1638, Page 570. 
Adj. Capt. Christopher Wormely & 
Nicholas Cossin. Due in right of adv. 
of himself, Robert Todd & JefTery 
Powers the first yr. of sd. county. 

NICHOLAS COSSIN, 50 acs. Chas. 
River Co., May 9, 1638, Page 570. Adj. 
Nicholas Clarke & Nicholas Dale. Due 
as above. 



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NICHOLAS DALE, 75 acs. Chas. River 
Co., May 8, 1638, Page 571. Due for 
adv. of himself & wife as above. 

LIVEING DENWOOD, 50 acs. Acco- 
mac Co., July 15, 1638, Page 571. Up- 
on Cabbin Branch, adj. Georg Traveller's 
plantation. 21 yr. lease. 

JOHN LEWIN, 500 acs. Upper Co. 
New Norfolk, May 6, 1638, Page 571. 
Adj. land lately in possession of Tho- 
mas Jordan. In right of Mary, his wife, 
late wife of Thomas Butler, Clerk, who 
trans, himself & 9 pers. Names not 
given. 

WILLIAM MORGAN, 600 acs., May 
20, 1638, Page 572. In Chickahominy 
River, below the gulf. Trans, of: 
Mathew Beaver, Leonard Clackett, Isa- 
bell Sanders, Margarett Wignoll, Mel- 
chesid Lawrence, Susan Hare, John 
Cane, Edward Langford, David Mack 
Williams, James Taylor, Wm. Dorman, 
Lazarus Thomas. 

THOMAS BURBAGE, Merchant, 600 
acs., Upper Co. New Norfolk, May 7, 
1638, Page 573. E. side of the mouth 
of Nansamund River, adj. John Parrott 
& Capt. John Sibsey. Trans, of: Chris- 
topher Young, Richard Goodman, Wil- 
liam Hayes, Nicholas Troton, Thomas 
Deering, Patrick Wishart, & 5 pers. as- 
signed from Mr. Edward Cage. 

JONATHAN LANGWORTH, Chirur- 
gion, 400 acs. Lower Co. New Norfolk, 
May 10, 1638, page 573. At Lynhaven, 
upon Bennett's Cr., Trans, of 8 pers., 
whose names are not given. 

TOSEPH CROSHAW, 600 acs., Chas. 
River Co.-, May 22, 1638, Page 573. 
About 2 mi. N. of Oueens Cr. Due by 
assignment from William Prior, gent. 

ROBERT FREEMAN, Merchant, 50 acs. 
Chas. River Co., May 8, 1638, Page 574. 
In right of one servant. 

Spme. 200 acs. in sd. county. May 10, 
1638, Ppee 574. Due by assignment 
from William Freeman. 



JOHN STRATTON, 200 acs. Lower 
Co. New Norfolk, May 9, 1638, page 
574. In Lynhaven upon West's Cr. 
Trans, of: Olive Strey, James Walker, 
John Phillipps, Tho. Gregory. 

RICHARD HILL & ROGER ARN- 
WOOD, 300 acs. James City Co., May 
4, 1638, page 575. Upon E. side of 
Chickahominy River. Trans, of: Kath- 
erine Hill, his wife, Richard Hill, John 
Davie, Roger Arnwood, Nicholas Mar- 
tin, Thomas Smith, John Edlin. 

NICHOLAS JARNEW, 500 acs. Chas. 
River Co., May 15, 1638, Page 575. 
Upon Jernew's Cr. 400 acs. by deed of 
bargain & sale from John Broche, 
March 13, 1637, & 100 acs. for trans, 
of: John Davis & Robert Arnoll. 

JOHN BROCHE, Gent of Chas. River 
Co. to NICHOLAS JARNEW, in con- 
sideration of 8,000 lbs. of tobacco, con- 
veys the sd. 400 acs. 

AUGUSTINE WARNER, 450 acs. Chas. 
River Co., May 13, 1638, Page 577. 
Called Pynie Neck, adj. Samuel Bennett. 
For per. adv. of himself & wife Mary 
Warner & trans, of: John Maxfeild & 
Martin Tarn. 



THOMAS TODD, 250 acs. Lower Co. 
New Norfolk, May 12, 1638, Page 577. 
Upon Little Cr., bet. plantations of Capt. 
Adam Thorogood & Capt. Thomas 
Willoughby, about a mile up the cr. & 
upon the W. side thereof. Trans, of: 
John Williams, Richard Wootton, John 
Withers, John Johnson, John Fells. 

THOMAS WATTS, 150 acs. Lower Co. 
New Norfolk, July 26, 1638, Page 577. 
In Lynhaven, adj. Cobb Howell. Trans, 
of: John Rochester, Edward Morgan & 
Ellen Edwards. 



THOMAS BUSH, 100 acs. Upper Co. 
New Norfolk, July 26, 1638, Page 578. 
In Chuckatuck River. For his per adv. 
& trans, of Peter Brookes. 



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EDWARD HILL, GENT., 450 acs. 
Chas. City Co., July 25, 1638, page 579. 
Near a place called Jordans or Beggars 
Bush, W. upon John Woodliffe, E. to- 
wards Chaplins land. For his per. adv. 
& trans, of: Daniell Garner, Barbery 
Hale, Morris Bowen, Christ. South, Wm. 
Milton, John Frederick, Elias Collins, 
Nicholas Maton. 

NATHANIELL TATUM, 100 acs., Chas. 
City Co., July 25, 1638, Page 579. Up- 
on Appamuttucks River towards his for- 
mer devident & land of John Baker. 
Trans, of his wife, Ann, & daughter, 
Mary Tatum. 

JOHN WOODLIFFE, 200 acs., Chas. 
City, July 25, 1638, Page 580. Near a 
place called Jordans, towards place 
called Beggars Bush & W. upon Francis 
Poythers. For his per. adv. & trans, of: 
John Smith, Henry Stephens, Elizabeth 
Wills. 

JOHN GEORGE, 900 acs. Chas. City, 
July 25, 1638, Page 581. In Bayleys 
Cr., N. upon land of Thomas Baylye. 
Trans, of: Jane Georg, his wife, Hugh 
Davie, Wm. Parsons, Jon. Jones, Ellia- 
nor Clayden, Tho. Osben, Ralph Long, 
Christ. Williams, Francis Biggs, Tho. 
Head, John Vaus, JefTery Evans, Rich- 
ard Reynolds, John Annice, Mary Hodg- 
kins, John Cooke, Georg Miller, Thomas 
Bernard. 

\ 
WILLIAM BANNISTER, 1,000 acs., 
July 25, 1638, Page 582. E. side Foot- 
ball Quarter Cr. Due in right of trans, 
of 20 pers. by Georg Downes, Merchant, 
late of Va., which rights he purchased, 
viz: John Patrick Jon. Forbush, Wil- 
liam Cotton, Thos. Cadby, Jon. Baker, 
Mathew Morgan, James Harrison, Tho. 
Hewes, Tho. Trotter, Richard Bayly, 
William Bannister, Jon. Corye, Wm. 
Lethermore & 6 Negroes. 

RANDALL CREW, 750 acs. Upper Co. 
New Norfolk, July 24, 1638, Page 584. 
N. upon Nansamund Riv. 100 acs. due 
by order of court dated Oct. 5, 1631 in 
right of his wife Dorothy Behethland & 
residue for trans, of: Richard Manshipp, 
Lowry Thomas, Jon. Jones, Fr. Goore, 
Nich. Martin, Georg Lodge, Anth. 



Proctor, Edward Clarke, John Paine, 
Judith Tompson, Edward Oliver, Ed- 
ward Luckston. 

LT. ROBERT SHEPPARD, 650 acs. 
James City Co., July 26, 1635, Page 584. 
At Lower Chippoakes Cr., Adj. land of 
John Dunston. Trans, of: Robert Sweet, 
Robert Howse, Henry Middowes, Georg 
Griffin, John Hachorne, Phillipp Har- 
ringham, Jeremiah Bridges, Joseph Sper- 
ing, William Taylor, John Parson, 
Daniell Walton, Randall Whitley, Tho- 
mas Johnson. 

WILLIAM MORGAN, 150 acs. James 
City Co., July 28, 1638, Page 585. An 
island in Chickahominy Riv. Trans, of 
his wife Margarett, late wife of Rich- 
ard Sanders, & 2 others by sd. Sanders: 
Christ. Branches & Richard Hill. 

THOMAS WALLIS, "a Practitioner of 
Phisicke," 700 acs. James City Co., July 
28, 1638, Page 585. Near land of 
Bridges Freeman, Benjamin Carrill & 
Francis Fowler. Trans, of: John Hol- 
lingsworth, Sarah his wife, Thomas 
Wallis, Richard Foster, James Whiting, 
Thomas Davis, Samuel Hudson, Robert 
Allen, Melchesedick Floyd, Richard 
Weston, Margarett Sanders, William 
Worminger, Jon. Spencer, Katherine 
Harrison. 

NICHOLAS SABRELL, 150 acs. Chas. 
River Co., July 30, 1638, Page 586. N. 
upon land of Richard Davis & William 
Watts, W. upon the Midle Plantation, 
Trans, of: Katherine Lewis, Dasey Bal- 
dock, Edward Phillipps. 

WILLIAM WATTS & RICHARD 
DAVIS, 75 acs., Aug. 1, 1638, Page 
586. Upon Queens Cr., near land of 
Robert Booth, Lt. Richard Popeley. Due 
for the adv. of sd. Watts & his wife the 
2nd year of Chas. River Co. & for the 
adv. of sd. Davis the 2nd yr. 

THOMAS DEW, 400 acs. Co. of Upper 
Norfolk, Aug. 1, 1638, page 587. 
About 1 mi. from the plantation of Tho- 
mas Powell. 200 acs. by assignment 
from Thomas Powell & 200 acs. for 
trans, of: Georg Castle, Robert Low, 
Francis Goodman, William Bessett. 



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Same. 150 acs. Upper Co. New Nor- 
folk, same date, & page. Trans, of: 
William Brase, Eliz. Hutchinson, Eliz. 
Bagley. 

THOMAS HILL, 48 poles in James 
City Island, Aug. 1, 1638, Page 588. 
Adj. Richard Kemp. Granted in accord- 
ance with an Act of Assembly, Feb. 20, 
1638, "for the building & peopling of 
James City Island, etc." 

GRESHAM COFFEILD & THOMAS 
STAMP, 200 acs. Isle of Wight Co., 
Aug. 14, 1638, Page 588. Adj. Epra. 
Lawson & N. W. upon Nansamund Riv. 
Due by assignment from Arthur Hasling- 
ton. 

GEORG WHITE, Clerk, 300 acs. Up- 
per Co. New Norfolk, March 6, 1638, 
Page 589. Adj his own land, John Wil- 
kins & John Parrott. For per. adv. of 
his wife, Blanka White, trans, of: Peter 
White, Zachariah Taylor, Joane Butler, 
Martha Smith, Edward Dicker. 

I 
SAMUELL WATKEYES, 150 acs. Chas. 
Riv. Co., Aug. 15, 1638, page 589. Up- 
on Queens Cr., behind the land now 
seated by John Bell, S. of land of John 
Hartwell. For his per. adv. & trans, of 
William Bembridge & Thomas Grayes. 

RALPH WYATT, Gent., to RICHARD 
JOHNSON, ROGER DAVIS & ABRA- 
HAM WOOD, Planters, a tract of land 
running from Sizemore's Cr. to Capt. 
Button's land. 21 yr. lease. Dec. 31, 
1636, Page 590. Witnesses: Joseph 
Fister & Daniell Lewellin. 

FRANCIS MORGAN, 100 acs. Chas. 
River Co., Aug. 20, 1638, page 591. 
Near land of William Pryer. In right 
of adv. of: Lewis Cock & Arthur 
Grimes the first year of Chas. River. 

i 

JOHN CONGDEN, 50 acs. Chas. River 
Co., Aug. 21, 1638, Page 591. In right 
of adv. of: Edward Palmer & Nicholas 
Gibson the 2nd year. 

PERCIVALL CHAMPION, 250 acs. Up- 
per Co. New Norfolk, Aug. 23, 1638, 
Page 592. In Dumpling Island Cr. in 
Nansamund Riv., adj. Epra. Lawson, 



Trans, of: Humphrey Trent, Edward 
Gibbs, James Midleton, Sibbill Walter, 
John Jones. 

WILLIAM HATFEILD, 300 acs. Up. 
Co. New Norfolk, Aug. 22, 1638, page 
592. Upon Dumpling Is. Cr., adj. Perci- 
vall Champion. Trans, of: Samuell Fir- 
mant, Jon. Sheppard, Tho. Browne, Tho. 
Fisher, Jon. Sharpe, John Morgan. 

) 
Same. 100 acs. in same location. Aug. 
24, 1638, p. 593. Trans.of: Symon 
Griffin & Ann Griffin. 

Same. 200 acs. in same location. Date 
& page same as above. Trans, of: Joane 
Ashton, Eliza. Edes, Thomas Georg, 
Richard Walter. 

FRANCIS BARRETT, 600 acs. James 
City Co., Aug. 29, 1638, page 594. 
Upon Chickahominy Riv. adj. John 
Robins on the S. E. Trans, of his wife 
& 11 pers., whose names are not given. 

HUMPHREY SCOEN, 300 acs. Up. Co. 
New Norfolk, Aug. 29, 1638, Page 594. 
In Cross Cr., adj. land of Margarett 
Rogers, now wife of John Garrard. Due 
by purchase from Francis Hough, and 
due Hough for trans, of 6 pers., whose 
names are not given. 

GEORG LUDLOWE, 500 acs. Up. Co. 
New Norfolk, Aug. 31, 1638, page 595. 
Back of Francis Mauldens land, S. upon 
Western branch of Nansamund Riv. 
Trans, of 10 persons, whose names are 
not given. 

ROBERT JOHNS, Merchant, 14 poles 
in James City, Aug. 31, 1638, page 595. 
Upon the main river & adj. Thomas 
Goulding. 

JOHN MOORE & ROWLAND BUR- 
MAN, 200 acs. James City Co., Sept. 4 
1638, Page 596. Upon E. side of 
Chickahominy Riv., towards land of 
Richard Hill & Roger Arnwood. For 
their per. adv. & trans, of 2 Negroes. 

THOMAS PLOMER & SAMUELL ED- 
MONDS, 400 acs. James City Co., Sept. 
7, 1638, Page 596. At Upper Chiipoakes 
Cr. Trans of: Humphrey Harward, 



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Katherin Adwell, Edwd. Dunckley, Wm. 
Midleton, Henry Arden, Tho. Swaine, 
Ann his wife, Wm. Chandler. 

ROBERT FREEMAN, Merchant, 700 
acs. James City Co., Sept. 11, 1638, 
Page 597. In Chickahominy Riv., near 
Francis Barrett. Trans, of: John Moore, 
Wm. Rebell, Robert Drewry, Robert 
Haywood, John Markedon, Jeremiah 
Slye, Robert Selbee, Math. Dixon, Tho. 
Moore, Georg Whitaker, William 
Charles, John Chappell, Tho. Besson, 
John Fricker. 

RICHARD WILCOX, 700 acs. James 
City Co., Sept. 11, 1638, page 597. In 
Chickahominy Riv., adj. Robert Freeman. 
Trans, of: John February, Wm. Lowder, 
Jon. Warren, Wm. Pippin, Rich. Ste- 
phens, William Hix, Jon. Butler, Hum- 
phry Blackman, Roger Crabbe, Hum- 
phry Dale, Jon. Chappell, John Richford, 
Tho. Fowler, Peter Willett. 

JOEL VINON, 50 acs. James City Co., 
Sept. 21, 1638, page 597. In Martins 
Hundred Parish, adj. Thomas Smith. 
Due by deed of gift from Thomas Smith, 
& due sd. Smith for trans, of John 
Greenfeild. 

WILLIAM PARRY, 24 poles in James 
City, Sept. 22, 1638, Page 598. By vir- 
tue of Act of Assembly Feb. 20, 1636. 

ARTHUR BAYLY, Merchant, ^ ac. 
James City, Sept. 22, 1636, page 598. 
Granted same as above. 



THOMAS BOULDING, 200 acs. Eliz. 
City Co., Sept. 27, 1638, page 601. Adj. 
John Moore & Thomas Sewell, now in 
possession of Henry Batt. Trans, of: 
Robert Clement, Nicholas Dale, John 
Davis, Edward Dobson. 

RICHARD MILTON, 400 acs. Chas. 
City Co., Oct. 3, 1638, page 602. Adj. 
Sergt. Richard Tysdell & S. E. upon 
great Weynoake Towne. Trans, of: 
Andrew Parker, Christopher Stanton, 
Henry Palmer, William Deakes, Henry 
Foster, John Hammond, Eade Adams, 
Hanna Mawe. This patent renewed Aug. 
23, 1643 & patent for 200 acs. of Rich- 
ard Tisdell, dated Feb. 10, 1635, added, 
and 400 acs. additional, all of which are 
in the name of Thomas Wheeler. 

DERRICK CORTSEN STAM & ARENT 
CORTSEN STAM, 10 pole, in James 
City, Oct. 11, 1638, page 603. Adj. 
Capt. William Peirce's store. By virtue 
of an Act of Assembly "for the building 
and peopling of James City." 

ROBERT MARTIN, 250 acs. Co. of 
Low. Norfolk, Oct. 12, 1638, page 603. 
In Eliz. River, Westerly upon Indian Cr. 
For the per. adv. of himself & wife, 
Elizabeth Martyn, & trans, of: Edward 
Wade, Robert Masters, Rebecca Smith. 

') 
WILLIAM TAYLOR, 1,200 acs. James 
City Co., Nov. 9, 1638, page 603. In 
Chickahominy Riv., towards Warrany 
Landing place. Trans. 20 pers. whose 
names are not mentioned. 



ROBERT HUTCHISON, Sergeant, 50 
acs. James City, Sept. 24, 1638, page 
599. 21 yr. lease. Rent: 2 bbls. Indian 



ROBERT WEST, 600 acs. Lower Co. 
New Norfolk, May 15, 1638, page 600. 
In Lynhave, over against land of Henry 
Woodhowse. Trans. 12 pers., whose 
names are not mentioned. 

JOHN GIBBS, 300 acs. Eliz. City Co., 
Sept. 27, 1638, page 601. Adj. Thomas 
Purifye & land Thomas Sewell, now in 
possession of Henry Batt. Trans. 6 pers., 
whose names are not given. 



JOHN BISHOPP, 150 acs. James City 
Co., Nov. 9, 1638, page 604. At the 
head of Tappahannock Cr. Trans, of: 
John Tompkins, John Bonner, John 
Wright. 

I 
THOMAS CROUTCH, 150 acs. James 
City Co., Nov. 10, 1638, page 604. Up- 
on Tappahannock Cr. Trans, of: Wil- 
liam Greene, Richard Prestee, James 
Mason. 

THOMAS CLIPWELL, 600 acs. James 
Citv Co., Nov. 15, 1638, page 605. In 
Chickahominy River between land of 
Robert Bell & Theodore Moyses, adj. 



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John Dansey. Trans, of: Amy Cooke, 
Robert Madlock, Mary Johnson, John 
Richards, Thomas Mash, John Shorter, 
Rowland Prichard, Francis Rogers, Rich- 
ard Baxter. 

OLIVER SPRYE, 600 acs. Up. Co. New 
Norfolk, Nov. 26, 1638, page 605. Adj. 
Daniel Gookins. 300 acs. granted by 
order of court June 6, 1635, & residue 
for trans, of: Thomas Roberts, William 
Spencer, William Baker, Christopher 
Piddington, Abraham Burcher, William 
Collins. 

JONATHAN LANGWORTH, 600 acs. 
Low. Co. New Norf., Dec. 6, 1638, 
page 606. On Western branch, of Eliz. 
River. 400 acs. by purchase from John 
Holmes & residue for trans, of: Jona- 
than Langworth, Thomas Evans, Rich- 
ard Ragged, John Blunter. 

CAPT. CHRISTOPHER WORMELEY, 
1,420 acs. Chas. River Co., Jan. 27, 



1638. Page 607. Upon Eastermost side 
of Wormeley's Cr. & land in possession 
of Nicholas Clarke, near land of Lionell 
Roulston & Nicholas Journew. In right 
of trans, of 16 pers. the 1st yr. & 25 
pers. the 2nd yr. of Chas. River by Wil- 
liam English, gent, dec'd. For the 1st 
adventure: Henry Marshall, John Tho- 
mas, Stephen Losh, Richard Header, 
Morris Coleman, John Brownelofe, Wil- 
liam Musgrave, his wife & 2 children, 
2 Negroes & 4 servants. For the 2nd 
adventure: John Hampton, Morris Pros- 
ser, Jinkin Williams, William Baker, 
John Loyse, Samuell Jones, Thomas Sax, 
Edward Murfeild, Morris Walker, Wil- 
liam Guigey, William English, Nicholas 
Raymon, Nicholas Wills, Dickery Mam- 
man, John Congden, Margarett Raw, 
Richard Lewis, Jeremiah Lynch, Thomas 
Skirrick, Richard Marmaduke, Thomas 
Jenkin, Henry Hyves, John Poole, 
Lawrance Reeves. 



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NORTHERN NECK BOOK NO. 1. 

By Phillip Ludwell, 
Agent for Lord Fairfax. 

Page 132. Certificate of George Brent, Surveyor, Feb. 21, 1689/90 re land of Capt. 
MARTIN SCARLETT for 320 acs. in Stafford Co., formerly land of 
Strator, called Burbidges Neck. 

SAMUEL KENT, 344 acs. Stafford Co., at the N. E. side of Quantiquot 
along Richard Gibson's land, called New Found Land, Adj. John Pynes 
& near Cock Pitt Point. Mar. 22, 1691/2. 

Page 154. MR. THOMAS TANNER, 500 acs. Westmoreland Co., adj. land of 
Robert Edwards & land sold by Nicholas Spencer to Thomas Dawson, 
now in possession of Thomas Hobson; also adj. Capt. Thomas Youell, 
Peter Dunkin, John Hoskins, Thomas Atrwell, Walter English, & Daniel 
Ocaney. Part of a tract of 3,250 acs. purchased by sd. Spencer of Thomas 
Hawkins, son & heir of Thos. Hawkins, & of Seth Foster, who inter- 
married with Elizabeth Hawkins, relict of Thos. March 22, 1691/2. 

Page 155. Deed from Col. Nicholas Spencer, of Nomony, Westmoreland Co., to 
Mr. Thomas Tanner, Merchant, of Yeoacomoco, for valuable considera- 
tions, the above 500 acs. July 25, 1677. Witnesses: John Decry & 
Edward Parker. 

Page 156. ARTHUR SPICER, 1,174 acs. Rappahannock Co., on the N. side of the 
river, part of which is contained in patent formerly granted John Weire, 
& residue in patent to John Payne. March 22, 1691. 

Page 158. Certificate of survey of William Moseley re the above, Oct. 5, 1691. 
THOMAS CLAITER, 152 acs. Westmoreland Co., beg. at Abraham 
Feild, adj. John Lord, Edward Coney, the orphans of Thomas Prichard, 
and land formerly surveyed for John Brookes, which survey was assigned 
to sd. Claiter Oct. 7, 1686, as by certificate under the hand of Rowland 
Davies, Clerk of Westmoreland Co. Ct. Mar. 20, 1691/2. 

Page 159. Certificate of William Horton, re Brookes' survey, Jan. 9, 1673/4. 

Page 160. Assignment by Brookes to Claiter. Witness: Francis Stone. 

SAMUELL MAHANE, 766 acs. (County not given) Beg. at corner tree 
of Edward Sanders, adj. Edward Conaway, Thomas Burbury & William 
Coxhedge. Said land formerly entered by sd. Mahane & Thomas Kirton, 
Nov. 18, 1672, part of a survey made by John Hayney, Surveyor, as by 
certificate under the hand of Henry Hartwell. May 17, 1692. 

Page 174. Assignment of George Hailes & Thomas Terwhitt, Oct. 27, 1681, to 
John Arrington of the Parish of Washington, "all such housing orchards, 
fenceing & other appurtinances." Recorded by Ja. Westcomb, Clk. West- 
moreland Co. Ct. 

Assignment of Arrington to Adington. 

ELI AS WILSON, of Rappahannock Co., 400 acs. in sd. county, on the 
N. side of Rappa. Riv., adj. John Clark, Rickett Burke & George Jones. 
Sept. 6, 1692. 

Page 176. Certif. of Wm. Moseley, Survr., re the above, Nov. 23, 1683. 



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Page 176. RICHARD SMITH, 400 acs. Northumberland Co., on a branch of Che- 
tanck or Hulls Cr. Part hereof formerly belonging to Mr. Benjamine 
Pride, who sold same to John Grymes Apr. 2, 1664. Near land of 
George Pickering, deed., adj. Daniel Neale, Mr. Aigood, dee'd., John 
Downeing & Richard Key. Sept. 16, 1692. 

Page 178. Assignment from Benjamin Pride to John Grymes, 175 acs., part of the 
above tract., adj. William Cornish. Witnesses: Tho. Hobson & Wm. 
Chadborne. 

Certif. of survey of John Haynie (Hayney) Surveyor, for the above 
tract, Mar. 5, 1684. 

Page 179. CAPT. GEORGE BRENT, 200 acs. Stafford Co., Sept. 27, 1692, known 
by the name of the Hope Land, on Oquia Cr. Formerly belonging to 
Sollaman Day, who died without heir & did not dispose of the same by 
will or otherwise, the land escheated. Susannah Day, widow of sd. 
Sollaman, with the consent of John Davis, to whom she has since mar- 
ried, assigned her right in the above land to satisfy a debt of her former 
husband to sd. Brent. Sept. 21, 1691. Sd. land is part of patent granted 
to Valentine Peyton. 

Page 181. 

Page 182. Mutilated "by some thief." Grant to Elias Wilson & William Mosse for 
254 acs. in Rappa. Co., Cittingbourne Parish. Oct. 10, 1692. 

Page 183. Certifi. of Edwin Conway, Survr., re above, Nov. 27, 1682. This land is 
on N. side of the river, near land formerly belonging to John Walker, 
dee'd., now belonging to Edwin Conway, & Robert Tomlyn, Jr., & land 
of William Bruce, dee'd. 

Page 184. RODERICK JONES, of Richmond Co., 200 acs. in North Farnham 
Parish, formerly called Rappa. Co., on branches of Totaskey Cr. Beg. at 
plantation of Thomas Colley, near Richard Powell & Robert Bedwell. 
Oct. 10, 1692. 

Page 185. Certif. of William Moseley, Survr. re above. Sept. 23, 1692. 

Page 186. ROBERT ANDRE WES, 576 acs. Westmoreland Co. Adj. William Jett, 
Joseph Beckley & Tobias Butler. Oct. 10, 1692. 

Page 162. BUNCE ROE, of the parish of Washington, Westmoreland Co., 331 
acs. Adj. John Scott, Thomas Buckock, John Beard, dee'd., William 
Munroe & sd. Bunce Roe's land. July 12, 1692. 

Page 164. Certificate of Alexander Spence, Surveyor, re the above. Oct. 19, 1691. 
BUNCE ROE. Same parish & county, 163 acs. Adj. Thomas Mountjoy, 
Thomas Buckock, Andrew Munro & the land of John Beard, dee'd. now 
in possession of Michaell Phillipps & land formerly in possession of 
Garrett Lincolne, near the "Divells Wood Yard." July 12, 1692. 

Page 166. Certificate of Alexr. Spence re above, Sept. 2, 1690. 

CAPT. WILLIAM DOWNEING, 200 acs. Stafford Co., upon Potomac 
Cr. Run. Part of tract of 6,000 acs. patented by Thomas Wilkinton, who 
gave same to William Newman, for seating the whole devident. New- 
man made choice of 200 acs., half of which he sold to John Blagrave 
& the other to John Keeth, who bought Blagrave's part. At his death 
sd. Keeth divided same equally between his son & daughter & the son 



128 Cavaliers and Pioneers 

dying before he attained age, the land descended to his daughter, who 
intermarried with John Martin, "& afterwards died in child bed, the 
child also dying." Martin sold the land to sd. Downeing. July 12, 1692. 

Page 168. Certificate of Theodorick Bland, Surveyor, re above, Jan. 16, 1691/2. 
Herein the name of Keeth is spelt Keetch. No mention made of the 
given names of his son & daughter. 

Page 169. GEORGE HEALE, 350 acs. Parish of White Chapel, Lancaster Co. Beg. 
at Daniel Armes, near William White, adj. Joseph Harrison, near path 
leading from Richard Merrymans to Thomas Barber, adj. William Clarke, 
William Leonard's land, now in possession of John Sumner, & William 
White. July 12, 1692. 

Page 171. Certif. of George Heale, Surveyor, Nov. 16, 1689. 

Letter to Mr. Richard Whitehead, Clerk of Lord Fairfax & Alexr. Cul- 
peper, addressed to him at his house in Gloscester Co. on York River, 
from Fairfax & Culpeper, commending him for his behavior & conduct 
of his office. 

Page 172. SUSANNA ADINGTON, widow of Benjamin Adington, 103 acs. in 
Westmoreland Co., S. side Matocks Cr., adj. Thomas Blagg & Thomas 
Terrett. Formerly surveyed by Robt. Chamberlaine for George Hayles & 
Thomas Territt, June 8, 1681, who assigned their right unto John Arring- 
ton, who, by assignment dated Apr. 9, 1691, conveyd same to Benj. 
Adington. "Adington since deceased without any heire apparent in this 
countery or else where that cann be heard from" the land escheated to the 
Proprietor's office. June 28, 1692. 

Page 173. Surveyor's certif. re above, recorded by Thomas Kirton, Clerk. 

Page 187. Certif. of William Horton, Survr. re Andrewes' tract. "Bounded North- 
erly with the main road that goeth from the head of Popes Cr. to the 
head of Appomattux." Mar. 4, 1689. 

Page 188. PHILLIP BUCKNER, 90 acs. in Chotanke Parish, Stafford Co. Beg. at 
Francis Dade's, adj. John Williams, Elizabeth Burnitt, Christopher Boice, 
Hugh Dowdey & Jonas Rivett. Oct. 10, 1692. 

Page 190. Certif. of Theo. Bland, Survr. re above, Dec. 13, 1690. 

PETER SMITH. JR. 70 acs. Westmoreland Co. Adj. Richard Searle & 
land on which sd. Smith now lives. Oct. 10, 1692. 

Page 192. Certif. of John Haynie, Survr. re above, Apr. 20, 1686. 

JOHN WELLS, 153 acs. Lancaster Co. Adj. Josias Draper, John Taylor 
& Robert Pollard. Oct. 10, 1692. 

Page 194. Certif. of George Heale, Survr. re above. Feb. 4, 1691. 

Page 193. Justices of the Peace of Richmond Co., lately Rappa. Co., 142 acs. Land 
formerly belonged to James Samford, who sold same to Michael Huggall. 
Sd. Huggall died leaving a son who died without heirs, whereby the 
land became escheatable. & Hezekiah Turner, who married the widow of 
sd. Huggall, was granted the sd. land Feb. 28, 1676. Turner appointed 
the Richmond Co. Ct. his Exor. to dispose of his estate. Dec. 14, 1692. 

Page 196. Justices of the Peace of Rich. Co., 711 acs. Same as above. 

Page 198. Petition of Hezekiah Turner for the above land. 

"Most humbly sheweth that some few yeares since Miles Huggell of 
Rappa. Co. of the parish of Franham in the sd. County Dyed possessed 
of the Quantity of eight hundred acres of Land or thereabouts, leaveing 



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behind him Issue one son about fourteene yeares of age, who alsoe about 
a yeare since Departed this Life & for want of other issue the sd. Land 
is Escheated to his most Sacred Majestie, now soe it is may it please 
your Honor your petr. haveing married the Mother & late wife of the 
above sd. deed. & having no other Lands to gett their liveing on, but 
being still in possession of the same & being by some self interested & 
111 minded people threatened to be dispossessed of the premises your 
poore petitioner therefore humbly addresseth himself to your Honor 
humbly craveing your Honors order for Escheating the same and your 
petitioner with his Wife & poore Children shall as in Duty bound ever 
pray for your Honors prosperity in this Life & Eternall happiness in 
the world to come." 28th Feby. 1676/7 this petition is granted. 
Wm. Berkeley. 

Page 199. Jury appointed by William Travers, Deputy Escheater, to pass upon 
petition of sd. Turner: James Samford, Wm. Slaughter, Samuel Peachey, 
Samuel Bayley, John Annaway, Richard Didley, Richard Taylor, John 
Yeates, John Webb, John Cannady, William Lunn, John Sirggett. 

Page 200. Will of Hezekiah Turner, dated Dec. 25, 1677. Leaves his estate to his 
wife Elizabeth his son Hezekiah & daughter Michael; unto his grand- 
child Anne Chissell 150 acs. "whereon her mother now lives bounding 
on that side where Martin Hamon & Job Hammon now live." Mentions 
his friend and neighbor James Samford. Bequeaths his son to the tuition 
and care of Mr. John SafHn for the term of 9 years. Witnesses: James 
Samford & Roger Baywill. 

Rappa. Co. Ct. Mar. 2, 1691, ordered Col. John Stone & Capt. William 
Barbar, Exors. of sd. Turner's will, to sue out a patent for the sd. land. 

Page 201. EDWARD FORD & MATHEW DIKE, of Charles Co. in the province 

of Maryland, 1344 acs. in Stafford Co., upon the S. side of Powells Run. 

Formerly taken up by Dixey Ward, of Staff. Co., who left sd. land to 

his son Dixey, who, having attained his majority, sold sd. land to the 

above individuals Nov. 3, 1691. Dated Dec. 16, 1692. 

Page 203. Deed from Dixey Ward to Ford & Dike. Land surveyed by Samuel 
Ward in 1671. Witnesses: George Brent, James Butler & Nicholas 
Brent. Acknowledgment made by Robert Brent, Atty. for sd. Ward. 
EDWARD FRANCKLINE & ROBERT SANFORD, 413 acs. in Nominy, 
Copeley Parish, Westmoreland Co. Adj. land of Capt. William Har- 
didge, formerly belonging to Richard Steerman, deed., John Lord, deed., 
Alexr. Spence & William Moxley. Land formerly patented by Humphrey 
Hoggett, "who dying without heirs that can be knowne or heard of" the 
land escheated. Jan. 26, 1692. 

Page 205. Certif. of Alexr. Spence, Survr. re above, May 12, 1692. 

THOMAS GARLAND, 81 acs. in Yoacomaco Neck, Copeley Parish, 
Westmoreland Co. Adj. Robert Kinge, Nathaniel Garland & James 
Coleman. Jan. 28, 1692. 

Page 207. Certif. of Alexr. Spence, Survr. re above, Aug. 31, 1692. 

NATHANIEL GARLAND, 205 acs. in Yoacomaco Neck, Copeley Parish, 
West. Co. Adj. Thomas Garland, Robert Kinge & land formerly oc- 
cupied by Samuel Bonum, dee'd. Part thereof formerly granted to 
Edward Walker, from him to John Walker; Walker to William Bacon, 
Bacon to John Walker, Walker to Thomas Lamkin, who was a life 
tenant. Date missing. 

Page 209. Certif. of Alexr. Spence, Survr. re above, Sept. 3, 1692. 

End of N. N. Book 1. 



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INDEX 



A 

Ablesome, Isabell 115 

Ackland, Georg 119 

Mary 119 

Adams, Eade 123 

Thos 113 

Adderby, Thos 113 

Adea, Gabriel 112 

Aden, Luke 109 

Aderson, Roger 119 

Addison, Tho 114 

Thos 116 

Adwell, Kath 123 

Allen, John 118 

Robt 121 

Wm 118 

Almond, Saml 112 

Allumbly, Wm 114 

Andrewes, Edmund 112 

Eliza 112 

Wm 109-114 

Andrews, Dorothy 106 

Annice, John 121 

Arden, Henry 123 

Armye, John 115 

Arnoll, Robt 120 

Arnwood, Roger 120-122 

Ascum, John 106 

Ashton, Joane 122 

Atkins, Richard 115 

Attowell, Thos Ill 

Audick, Daniell 112 

Auger, Jon 114 

Averitt, Christo 108 

Avint, Phillip 108 

B 

Backster, Wm 107 

Bagley, Eliz 122 

Bagnall, Roger 106 

Bagwell, Thos 117 

Joane 117 

Baker, Alice 110 

Dorothy 110 

Geo 112 

Hugh 110 

Priscilla 110 

Tohn 110-116-117-121 

Wm 109-124 

Baldock, Dasev 121 

Balhash, Elizabeth 117 

Bail, Richard 119 

Bancks, Jon 109 



Banks, Richard 108 

Bannister, Wm 121 

Banton, Wm 113 

Barber, Georg 118 

Barcrof t, Chas 113 

Jane 114 

Jon 114 

Barker, Wm 108-112 

Barnard, Thos 109-113 

Barnes, James 106 

Bartlett, Richard 110 

Barrett, Francis 122-123 

Barton, Thos 114 

Bassett, Geo 107 

Mathew Ill 

Bassnett, Jon 109 

Bastwicke, Edw 107 

Bates, Nicholas Ill 

Bath, Thos 114 

Batt, Henry 123 

Baugh, John 118 

Bayly, Arthur 112-116-123 

Rebena 109 

Richard 121 

Baylye, Jon 118 

Thos 121 

Baxter, Richard 124 

Bayneham, John 108 

Beale, Susan 113 

Beard, Toane 115 

Wm 111-115 

Beardsty. Eliz 106 

Bearne, Tohn 112 

Beatall, Robt m 

Beaver. Mathew 120 

Behethland, Dorothy 121 

Belcher, Thos 107 

Beldam, Ton H2 

Bell, John 122 

Robert 123 

Thos 114 

Bembridee, Thos 112 

Wm 122 

Bennett, Ambrose 114 

Eliz HI 

John 111-112 

Morris 114 

Richard 118 

Robt H2 

Samuel 120 

Bernard, Thos 106 

Thos 121 



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Berry, Elizabeth 106 

James 106-119 

Bessett, Wm 121 

Besson, Tho 123 

Bestwick, Edw 107 

Biggs, Francis 121 

Richard 114 

Bilcliffe, Rich Ill 

Bill, Walter 115 

Birch, Geo 116 

Bishopp, John 123 

Bishopp, Oliver . 107 

Black, Edw 112 

Blacker, Eliza 115 

Blackman, Humphry 123 

Blanker, Tho 113 

Blithe, James 114 

Blight, Jacob 109 

Blower, Wm 109 

Bloys, Gloyd 118 

Blunter, John 124 

Boarne, Jos 116 

Boaton, Thos 118 

Bolding, Thos 108-113 

Bolton, Joane 108 

Bond, Degery 115 

Edw 107 

John 109 

Bonner, John 123 

Booth, Robt 121 

Bornett, Dorothy 114 

Boulding, Thos 123 

Bound, Elianor 106 

Bourne, Jon 108 

Joseph 117 

Bower, Henry 113 

Bowers, Jonas 112 

Bowen, Morris 121 

Box, Mary 118 

Boyes, Cheney 107 

Boyce, Hannah 109 

Bracele, Wm 110 

Branche, Christo 114-121 

Bradly, Eliza 112 

Frances 115 

Henry 115-118 

Brantlv, Edw 116 

Brase/Wm 122 

Brasheare, Robt 110 

Breamer, Thos 119 

Brett, Alex 117 

Richard 108 

Bretherston, Dennis 113 

Brewer, Wm 119 

Brewster, Henry 113 

Richard 113 

Bridges, Jeremiah 121 



Bristoe, Fr 109 

John Ill 

Brocas, Wm 115-117 

Broch, John 108 

Broche, Barbary Ill 

John 111-120 

Brock, John 116 

Brodwell, John 107 

Brookes, Peter 120 

Walter 117 

Brotherton, Hen 113 

Broughton, Edw 119 

Browne, Edw 107 

Randall 108 

Robt 106 

Thos 107-122 

Brownelofe, John 124 

Bruin, Richard 113 

Brute, Walter 110 

Buck, Gershom 114-115 

Peleg 114 

Richard 114 

Buckmaster, John 116 

Bufort, Rich Ill 

Bullock, Geo Ill 

Bullard, Thos 113 

Burbage, Thos 120 

Burges, John 112 

Richard 116 

Richard 116 

Burly, Francis 116 

Burland, John 112-114 

Burman, Rowland 122 

Burcher, Abraham 124 

Georg 106 

Joane 106 

Thos 115 

Burr, Jeremiah 112 

Busby, Thos 112 

Bush, Thos 109-116-120 

Butler, Edw 116 

Hen 113 

Joane 122 

"Tohn 123 

Thos 118-120 

Butress, Rich 113 

C 

Cage, Edw !120 

Cadby, Thos 121 

Calfe, Wm 112 

Callahan, Chas 109 

Camelltn. Edmond 117 

Cane, Tohn 120 

Cape, Robt 119 

Capps, Wm 113 

Carman, Henry 119 



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Carpenter, Jon 112 

Rich 112 

Carrill, Benj 117-121 

Elizabeth 117 

Henry 117 

Carr, Eliz 109 

Carter, Francis 119 

Nath 116 

Tho 114 

Castle, Geo 110-121 

Catelyn, Henry 109 

Catterell, Edw 108 

Chadd, Joseph 117 

Chambers, Francis 114 

Champion, Mary 114 

Percivall 122 

Chandler, Wm 123 

Chaplyn, Robt 112 

Chapman, Alex 114 

Wm .114 

Chappell, Jon 123 

Charlton, Stephen 112-114 

Charles, Jon 109 

Wm 123 

Cheesman, Edw 108 

John 107-110-118 

Cherry, John 109 

Cheney, Benj 114 

Childs, Rich 112 

Chiles, Walter 117 

Christmas, Dictoris 118 

Clackett, Leonard 120 

Clarke, Chas 119 

Edw 112-119-121 

Eliz 112 

Douglas 109 

John 116 

Nath 108 

Nich 119 

Robt 107 

Thos Ill 

Wm 106-108 

Wm 106-108-116 

Clarkson, Ann 118 

Jane 118 

John 109-118 

Clason, Jon 110 

Clayborne, Wm 108 

Clayden, Ellianor 121 

Clements, Jeremiah 119 

Clement, Robt 123 

Clipwell, Thos 123 

Cloyden, Sarah 118 

Cobb, Benj Ill 

Eliz Ill 

Jos. Ill 

Cock, Lewis 122 



Cocke, Richard 

Cockett, Robt 108 

Coffeild, Gresham 122 

Coffin, John Ill 

Colchester, Jone 109 

Cole, Anthony 114 

Dorothy 116 

Jon 107-118 

Sarah 117 

Colledge, Geo 113 

Collett, Eliz 109 

Collier, Daniel 107 

Collins, Elias 121 

Jon 114 

Wm 124 

Coleman, Edw 108 

Morris 124 

Congden, Jon 122-124 

Cooke, Amy 124 

John 121 

Thos 115 

Cookeney, Henry 116 

John 117 

Cooper, Wm 112 

Copeland, Hen 113 

Corke, Jane Ill 

Corker, John 113 

Cornish, Robt 108 

Cortes, John 1 1 1 

Corye, Jon 121 

Cosones, Nich 114 

Cossin, Nich 119 

Coston, Georg 108 

Cotton, Cicely 114 

Rowland 109 

Wm 121 

Covell, John 108 

Cousens, James 113 

Courtier, Wm 112 

Cox, Tho 112 

Wm 109-115 

Coxson, Thos 114 

Coyt, Wm 119 

Crabb, Jon 112 

Crabbe, Roger 123 

Craddock, Robt 114-115 

Cranage, Eliz 115 

Edmond 115 

Margarett 115 

Wm 115 

Crashaw, Jos 118 

Crawe. Roger 116 

Crew, Randall 121 

Cripps, Zach 106-109 

Crocker, Roscoe 107 

Croiney, Thos 118 

Crosby, Thos 112 



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Croshawe, Joseph 118-120 

Croshen, Wra 109 

Crumpe, Thos 114-115 

Crouch, Wm 110-111 

Croutch, Thos 110-123 

Wm 

Cuninghorm, Jon 

Curbye, Samuel 108-109 

Curtis, Thos 114 

Cutler 

D 

Dakins, Gilbert 116 

Dale, Humphy 123 

Lady 112 

Nich 119-123-120 

Daniell, Edwd 114 

Dansey, John 109-118-124 

Darbye, Jon 113 

Darson, Jonathan 117 

Daukes, Walter 112 

Dauter, Eliz 112 

Davie, John 114-120 

Hugh 121 

Davis, Eliz 116 

Hugh 

John 108-115-120-123 

Rich 121 

Roger 117-122 

Thos 106-109-110-121 

Wm 114 

Dawson, Gilbert 107 

John 109 

Day, Ellianor Ill 

Deane, Rich 116 

Deakes, Wm 123 

Death, Peter 109 

Rich 113 

Deering, Thos 120 

Delabeere, Rich 116 

Denham, Wm 116 

Dennett, John 106-112 

Denson, Wm 116 

Denwood, Liveing 120 

Dew, Thos 121-122 

Dick, Jervis 110 

Dickenson, Jeremiah 114-116 

Dickes, Wm 110 

Eliz 113 

Dicker, Edw 122 

Dix, Hen 112 

Dixon, Math 123 

Dobson, Edw 123 

Dorman, Wm 120 

Doubly, Mary 112 

Douflin, Martin Ill 

Downes, Georg 121 



Wm 107 

Dowse, Katherine 114 

Drake, Ann 119 

Drew ,Edw 109 

Drewry, Robt 123 

Drewrye, Alice 110 

Drinkwater, Jon 112 

Duch, Jon 112 

Dunckley, Edw 122 

Duckett, John Ill 

Dundridge, Ellis 110 

Dunell, Francis 118 

Duning, Richard 108 

Dunston, John 121 

Durford, Wm 115 

Dye, Robt 109 

E 

Eadly, Ambrose 107 

Ealerye, Emerie Ill 

Easill, Christ 107 

Eason, Edw 107 

Eaton, Henry 114 

Edes, Eliza 122 

Edlin, John 120 

Edloe, Alice ' 117 

Mathew 117 

Edmonds, Ann 118 

Samuel 122 

Ednall, Edwd 114 

Edwards, Ellen 120 

Edmond 118 

Thos 109-118 

Ellerye, Charity 119 

Ellis, Edw 117 

Thos 107-119 

Emmenson, Thos Ill 

England, Humph 106 

John 106 

Jon 114 

English, Abraham 119 

Jon 106 

Wm 124 

Epes, Francis 115 

Evans, Edw 

James 112 

JefTery 121 

Jonas Ill 

Thos 124 

Eyres, Wm Ill 

F 

Farrar, Wm 107 

Farrell, Garrett 112 

Farth, Jon 113 

Farye, Ann 118 

Joseph 118 



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Fayden, Jonathan 114 

February, John 123 

Felgate, Robt 119 

Fells, John 120 

Felton, Jon 115 

Fenn, Samuel 108 

Firmant, Saml 122 

Fisher, Tho 122 

Flood, David 112 

Floyd, Mel 121 

Nowell 113 

Robt 110 

Flint, Thos 106-113 

Flinton, Eliza 116 

Fludd, Ralph 119 

Flye, John 106 

Foard, Chas 118 

Forbush, Jon 121 

Ford, John Ill 

Foster, Henry 123 

Rich 121 

Fowler. Francis 121 

Tho 123 

Fox, Hugh 112 

Francklin, John 107 

Frederick, John 121 

Freeman, Bridges 121 

John 110 

Jone 112 

Robt 120-123 

Wm 111-120 

Fricker, John 123 

Frisby, Ann 112 

Frye, Jeffery 107 

Wm 116-118 

Fister, Jos 122 

G 

Gadle, Nathan Ill 

Gage, Wm 116 

Gardiner, Dorothy 116 

Edw 116 

Garner, Daniell 121 

Michael 113 

Rich 115 

Garrard, John 115-122 

Garraway, Evans 112 

Garye, John 107 

Gaskin, Covell 119 

Gater, John 115 

Gaton, Georg 119 

Gaunt, Rich 116 

Gear, Wm 112 

Geathey, Wm 110 

Gee, Jon 116 



George, Jane 121 

John 121 

Thos 122 

Gerrard, John 

Gerry, Jon 117 

Gibbs, Edw 122 

John 123 

Gibson, Edw 113 

Nich 122 

Gilbert, Rich 106 

Gill, John 112 

Gleare, Peter Ill 

Glover, Dorothy Ill 

Godbye, Tho 114 

Golding, Dorothy 118 

Thos 118 

Wm 113 

Goodman, Francis 110-121 

Rich 120 

Goffe, Walter 110 

Gookins, Daniel 107-124 

Goore, Fr 121 

Gosall, Jon 117 

Goulding, Thos 122 

Gower, Nich 114 

Gradin, Edw 113 

Graunt, Christo 113 

Graves, Jon 117 

Rich 116 

Gravis, Tho 114 

Grayes, Thos % 122 

Greene, Chas 112 

Eliz 107 

Wm 112 

Greenfeild, John 123 

Gregory, Tho 112-120 

Griffin. Ann 122 

Edw 112-115 

Georg 119-121 

Symon 122 

Wm 107 

Grimes. Arthur 122 

Grindall, Thos 118 

Grodson, Jon 109 

Gross. . Sampson 144 

Gromwell, Gerson 116 

Gundry, Tohn 108-112 

Guigev. Wm 124 

Guv. Henrv HI 

Gould, Robt 110 

H 

Habetill. Geo HI 

Hachorne, Tohn 121 

Hacker. Tohn 106 

Margery HO 

Hacklev, Jno 119 



Cavaliers and Pioneers 



135 



Hackney, Wm 118 

Hale, Barbery 121 

Hall, John 109 

Hallom, Ann 116-118 

Robt 116 

Hally, Jos 107 

Ham, Jos 114 

Hamer, Ralph 119 

Hamon, Christo 115 

Hammond, John 123 

Hampton, John 113-124 

Thos 108 

Harford, Margt 106 

Hardye, Georg 106 

Harmon, Jos 115 

Hare, Susan 120 

Harratt, Jon 113 

Harringham, Phillip 121 

Harris, Henry 113 

Jon 112 

Thos 107 

Wm Ill 

Harrison, James 121 

Katherine 121 

Hart, Henry 116 

Richard 106 

Tho 118 

Hartwell, Edw 116 

John 122 

Harwell, John 108 

Hartop, Edw 113 

Harward, Humph 122 

Harwood, Giles 106 

Humph 

Thos 110-115 

Haslington, Arthur 122 

Hastier, Andrew Ill 

Hatcher, Wm 118 

Hate. Susan 112 

Hatefeild, Wm 122 

Hatton, John 116 

Hatred, Mary 112 

Havert, Wm 112 

Hawkins, Henry 114 

Thos 107 

Hayes, Eliza 116 

James 116 

Peter 106-110 

Robt 112 

Wm 120 

Henry 116 

Haynes, Peter 

Hayward. Ellen 117 

Wm 113-117 

Haywood, Robt 123 

Head. Tho 121 

Header, Rich 124 



Hely, Willi Ill 

Henborne, Kath 110 

Henchley, Sarah 116 

Hentlands, Jon 113 

Henshawe, Thos 115 

Hewes, James 117 

Thos 121 

Hewitt, Rich 109 

Heyward, Ann 118 

Math 118 

Higgenson, Eliz 113 

Humph 113 

Higgins, Jone 118 

Hill, Antho 108 

Edw 121 

Kath 120 

Nich Ill 

Peter 113 

Peter 113-114 

Rich 107 

Rich 107-120-121 

Thos 122 

Hills, Wm 117 

Hix, Wm 123 

Hodgkins Mary 121 

Hoe, Rice 117 

Holding, James 119 

Hole, Rich 118 

Holland, Wm 107 

Hollingsworth, John 121 

Sarah 121 

Hollis, John 118 

Hollom, Robt 109 

Holmes, Georg 107-108 

John 124 

Mathew 115 

Rebecca 107 

Honine, Jane 117 

Hooke, Francis 108 

Hore, And 112 

Horton, Tobias 118 

Hough, Francis 114-115-122 

Howard, Mathew 113 

Howe, John 109 

Howell, Andrew 108 

Cobb 119-120 

Howse, Robt 121 

Hudson, Edw 113 

Saml 121 

Hues, Rich 109 

Hughes, Rich 114 

Hull ,Georg 112 

Hunt. Wm 119 

Huntington. Andrew Ill 

Hurst, Tobias 106 

Huson, Eliz 118 

Tho 114 



136 



Cavaliers and Pioneers 



Hutchins, Isaac 115 

Hutchinson, Edw 118 

Eliz 122 

Robt 123 

Hynes, Thos Ill 

Hyves, Henry 124 

I 

Idam, Robt 113 

Ison, Nich 118 

Ivell, John 112 

J 

Jackson, Laur 117 

Robt 108 

James, Jon 112 

Mary 108 

Richard 108 

Jarnew, Nich 111-116-120 

Jenkin, Thos 124 

Jenkinson, Rich Ill 

Jennings, Jon 114 

Tho 117 

Jent, Tho 117 

Johns, Robt 122 

Johnson, Choyce 112 

Geo Ill 

Israeli 107 

John 114-120 

Mary 124 

Richard 122 

Thos 121 

Walter 114 

Jolly, Joseph 108-112 

Margery 108 

Jones, Ann 106 

Chas 107 

David 117 

Henry 119 

Humphrey 107 

Jon 121 

John 122 

Rice 113 

Rich 114 

Saml 124 

Sarah 108 

Thos 106 

Wm 106-114 

Jordan, Samuel 107 

Jorden, Thos 110 

Journew, Nich 124 

Joyce, John 113 

Joyner, Ambrose 114 

Judson, John 110 

Jue, Elias 116 

Julian, Wm 107 



K 

Kable, Mary 107 

Kendall, John 117 

Kemp, Rich 110-122 

Jennedye, Patrick Ill 

Kenny, Roger 118 

Kenny, Richard 112 

Kerfoote, Eliz 109 

Keyes, Daniell 116 

Kincott, Rich Ill 

King, Jon 109-112 

Kingston, John 112 

Kinsey, Edw 113 

Kirby, Saml 

Jirke, Tho 115 

Kitchin, Jon 112-115 

L 

Lacy, Rich 113 

Laflyn, Jasper 109 

Lambeth, Thos 115 

Lambdin, Martha 119 

Robt 119 

Wm 119 

Langford, Edw 120 

Langley, Rich 109 

Langworth, Jonathan Ill 

Langworth, Jonathan . .111-113-120-124 

Lansdall, Wm 112 

Lather, Peter 114 

Laugher, Francis 110 

Laughson, Edw 116 

Lawdeare, Henry 107 

Lawrence, Mel 120 

Lawson, Christo 119 

Epra 109-110-114-115-122 

Lawton, Eliza 112 

Laydon, Thos 112 

Lee, Antho 110 

Grace 106 

Henry 106-115 

Wm 112 

Leguard, Elias 119 

Lemon, Perce 117 

Lennon, Perce 117 

Lenton, Antho 113 

Lester, James Ill 

Lethermore, Wm 121 

Lewellin, Daniel 112-114-122 

John 112 

Lewin, John 120 

Mary 120 

Lewis, Eliza Ill 

John 118 

Kath 121 

Rich 124 

Lilley, Henry 118 



Cavaliers and Pioneers 



137 



Lilly, Edw 109 

Lippett, Jon 116 

Little, Wra 114 

Lock, Tho 115 

Lodge, Geo 121 

Lodge, Thos 108 

Long, Jon 112 

John 116 

Ralph 121 

Longworthy, John 109 

Losh, Stephen 124 

Louder, Rich 109 

Love, Jon 106 

Tho 108 

Loveing, Thos 118 

Lovell, Winifred 109 

Low, Peter 112 

Robt 121 

Lowder, Wm 123 

Lowe, Robt 110 

Lownd, Alex 106 

Loyd, Humph 113 

Loyse, John 124 

Lucas, Rich 113 

Robt 106 

Luckston, Edw 121 

Ludlowe, Georg 122 

Lupton, John 117 

Lynch, Jeremiah 124 

M 

Mace, Jon 112 

Macker, Owen 112 

Mackwilliam, David 120 

Madlock, Robt 124 

Madwell, Wm Ill 

Magnor, Chas 113 

Maior, Rich 119 

Major, Edw 113 

Phil 112 

Mamman, Dickery 124 

Man, Robt 107 

Manly, Jon Ill 

Mansell, David Ill 

Manshipp, Rich 121 

Markedon, John 123 

Marks, Brice 114 

Marsh, Thos ', 106 

Marmaduke, Rich 124 

Marsey, Jon 112 

Marshall, Hen 124 

Martin, Eliz 123 

Nich 120-121 

Robt 117-123 

Wm 119 

Mash ,Thos 124 



Mason, Chas 112 

James 123 

Jon 107 

Masters, Robt 123 

Matherell, Wm 109 

Mathew, Jon 113 

Mathew, Rich 113 

Anth .• 116 

Wm 119 

Maties, Alexx 117 

Maton, Nich 121 

Mauckes, Gilbert 112 

Maulden, Francis 113-122 

Maurice, Wm 113 

Mawe, Hanna 123 

Maxfeild, John 120 

May, Robt 116 

Meader, John 116 

Nich 118 

Meares, Hen 115 

Medle, Robt 116 

Melling, Wm 107 

Mercer, Robt 112 

Merrett, Wm 106 

Merryman, James 117 

John 116 

Middowes, Henry 121 

Midleton, James 122 

Nich 115 

Wm 122 

Miller, Fr 113 

Henry 116-117 

James 109 

Margarett 119 

Mary 109 

Richard 119 

Geo 121 

Milton, Richard 121-123 

Wm 

Minter, Edw 118-119 

Mishew, Henry 112 

Mitchell, Tho 112-117 

Molton, Jasper 109 

Montegue, Peter 1 06 

Moone, Hen 113 

John Ill 

Moore, Eliz 112 

John 118-122-123 

Nich '. 113 

Thos 107-123 

Moores, Rich 109 

Markham, Thos 117 

Monncer, James 115 

Morecroft, Edmond 115-118 

Morey, Alex 117 



138 



Cavaliers and Pioneers 



Morgan, Edw 120 

Evan 112 

Francis 108-122 

John 122 

Margarett 121 

Mathew 121 

Wm 106-119-120-121 

Morgin, Thos 109 

Morris, Rich 119 

Wm 114 

Moult, Wm 114 

Moulton, Thos 109 

Moye, Dorothy 119 

John 119 

Moyses, Chri 114 

Theo 118-123 

Murfeild, Edw 124 

Murr, Daniel 107 

Musgrave, Wm 124 

Musgrove, John 109 

Muxford, Robt 116 

Myner, Ann 107 

N 

Neale, John 107 

Nelson, Mary 107 

New, Richard .114 

Newer, Jon 114 

Newman, John 116 

Newton, Robt 116 

Noble, Wm 115 

Norcott, Wm 113 

Norden, Walton Ill 

North, Edw 116 

Norton, Jon 

Nichols, Walter 112 

Nugent, Christo 119 

Nuten, Tho 109 

Winifrid 109 

O 

Oakes, Greg 112 

Oldis, Thos 108 

Oliver, Adam Ill 

Edw 118-121 

Osben, Tho 121 

Osborne, Mary Ill 

Richard 112 

Osmotherly, Wm Ill 

Owen, Tho 

P 
Paine, John 121 



Palmer, Edw 122 

Henry 123 

Howell 117 

Jone 110 

Priscilla 110 

Panier, Jon 117 

Parker, Andrew 123 

Wm 113-116 

Parr, Margt 107 

Parrott, John 120-122 

Wm 107 

Parry, Wm 112-123 

Parson, John 121 

Parsons, Richard 109 

Wm 121 

Partin, Robt 110 

Passmore, John 117 

Mary 117 

Patrick, John 121 

Paulett, Chiddock 112 

Thos 112 

Peirce, Daniel 113 

David 113 

Wm 123 

Peircie, Abra 108 

Peircey, Abra 118 

Percy, Edw 112 

Perrie, Wm 113 

Perris, Francis Ill 

Pery, Henry 112 

Wm 112 

Person, Kath 107 

Ralph 109 

Peterson, Ann 117 

Wm 118 

Phelps, Robt 112 

Phillipps, Edw 121 

Eliz 107 

Jon 112 

John 120 

Rich 109 

Thos 114 

Phinby, Edw 109 

Piddington, Christo 124 

Pilkington, Wm 106 

Pirn, Dorothy 113 

Pippin, Wm 123 

Pitts, Robt 116 

Pittway, Robt 114 

Place, James 112-114 

Plant, Rich 118 

Pleg, Nich 116 

Plomer, Thos 122 

Plumblye, Phil 116 

Poole, John 124 

Porter, Nich 108 



Cavaliers and Pioneers 



139 



Powell, Hen 113 

John 106-114 

John 106-114-119 

Nath 108-110 

Phil Ill 

Rich 113 

Robt 118 

Saml 109 

Thos 109-121 

Powers, JefFery 119 

Press, Hugh Ill 

Prestee, Rich 123 

Preston, Rich 110-119 

Price, John 118 

Mathew 118 

Richard 108 

Prichard, Robt 106 

Rowland 124 

Prior, Wm 108-120 

Proctor, Anth 121 

Prosser, Wm 115 

Morris 124 

Poythers, Francis 121 

Popeley, Rich 121 

Pryer, Wm 122 

Purifye, Thos 123 

R 

Rabnett, Wm 115 

Radford, John 116 

Radish, Jon 112 

Ragged, Rich 124 

Rainshawe, Wm 114-119 

Ranshaw, Thos 110 

Ratcliffe, Michael 114 

Raw, Margaret 124 

Rawlings, Wm 113 

Raye, Thos 113 

Raymon, Nich 124 

Read, Robt 109 

Rebell, Wm 123 

Red, David 108 

Redbye, Tho 106 

Reeks, Rich 117 

Reeves, John 112 

Lawrence 124 

Reston, Jon 112 

Revell, Eliz 109 

Rewed, Jarvis 107 

Reynes, Wm 114 

Reynolds, Christo 113 

Mary 110 

Rich 121 

Tho !...112 

Wm 119 

Rhoades, Robt 114 

Richards, John 124 



Richardson, Leonard 109 

Richford, John 123 

Rider, Willi 

Ridly, Wm 112 

Rippin, Christo 107 

Roberts, Edw 113 

Francis 114 

Jon 113 

Thos 124 

Robins, Lawrence 114 

Obedience 115 

Robt Ill 

John 122 

Robinson, Ann 106 

Hen 112 

James 109 

John 113-114 

Mary 113 

Roche, James 114 

Rochester, John 120 

Rockwood, Antho 115 

Roe, Jon 114 

Rogers, Ellin 115 

Francis 124 

Margarett 115-122 

Thos 113 

Rookins, Wm 106 

Rose, Wm 112 

Rosier, Morgan 107 

Roufe, Symon 116 

Roulston, Lionell . 124 

Rowen, Henry 117 

Rey, Peter 118 

S 

Sabrell, Nich 121 

Sadd, Richard 118 

Sadler, Edw 115 

Salisbury, Geo 116 

Roger 116 

Salvage, John 110 

Thos 110 

Sammon, Jos 107 

Sandall, Edw Ill 

Sanders, Isabell 120 

Jon 112 

Margarett 121 

Rich 121 

Saughier, Eliz 110 

Geo 110 

Robt 110 

Savage, Richard 116 

Sawyer, Thos 115 

Sax, Thos 124 

Savary, Wm Ill 

Scales, Geo 107 

Scoen, Hump 114-115-118-122 



140 



Cavaliers and Pioneers 



Scott, Dan 112 

James 108 

Seamer, Francis 107 

Searell, Nich 109 

Seaward, John 107-116 

John 

Segar, Francis Ill 

Selbee, Robt 123 

Seldome, Wm 116 

Senior, Henry 119 

John 119 

Sergeant, Wm 117 

Sewell, Thos 111-112-123 

Sharpe, Jon 122 

Rebecca 109 

Sharp, Robt 107 

Shaw, Jon 117 

Nich 107 

Shelly, Roger 108 

Sheppard, Jon 122 

Robt 121 

Shippey, Edw 112 

Shorter, John 124 

Sibsey, John 120 

Simmons, Oliver 117 

Simpson, Robt 114 

Sinckler, Margarett 117 

Siscock, Jon 107 

Skinner, John 114-116 

Skirrick, Thos 124 

Slater, John 113 

Slaughter, John 116 

Slye, Jeremiah 123 

Small, Margaret Ill 

Smallwood, John Ill 

Smith, Alice 114 

Arthur 110-114 

Bryan 117 

Grace 113 

John 109-118-121 

Martha 122 

Rebecca 123 

Rich 112-115 

Thos 106-108-113-120-123 

Snackson, Mould 118 

Snayle, Henry 110 

Snead, Alice 108 

Saml 108 

Soper, Greg 114 

South, Christ 121 

Spackford, Wm 115 

Spencer, Abra 118 

Jon 121 

Wm 108-124-113 

Spering, Joseph 121 

Spinke, Robt 112 

Sprye, Oliver 109-124 



T.9t9 ETAO SHRD LETAOI ETAOIl 

Squire, Robt 110 

Staff erton, Peter 118 

Stam, Arent Cortsen 123 

Derrick Cortsen 123 

Stamp, Thos 

Stanford, Ann 112 

Stanton, Christo 123 

Staton, Andrew 108 

Steele, Jeffery 112 

Steers, Robt 113 

Sternall, Rich 119 

Stephens, Archelane 114 

Eliz 108 

Henry 121 

Jon 113 

Richard 119-123 

Stevens, Henry 107 

Wm : 108 

Rich 106-108 

Stephenson, Edw 116 

Stoakes, Christo 110-118 

Eliz 110 

Henry 110 

Wm 110 

Stockdell, Edw 109 

Stockley, Francis 109 

Stokes, Christo 108-113 

Launcelott 113 

Stomar, Alex 107 

Stomer, Alex 107-109 

Stone, Hen 109 

Moyses 114 

Stout, Tho 115 

Stratton John 120 

Streete, Ann 118 

Strey, Olive 120 

Strong, Edw 112 

Strutton, Wm 113 

Stubbs, Daniel 109 

Summers, Alex 116 

Sumers, Miles 106 

Sutton, Rich 114 

Swaine, Ann 123 

Thos 123 

Swann, Thos 119 

Wm 119 

Sweet, Robt 121 

Swift, Jon 107 

Sykamore, Jon 112 

Symmons, Gilbert Ill 

Henry 116-118 

Richard 113 

Symon 112 

Thos 111-114 



Cavaliers and Pioneers 



141 



T 

Tabb, Humph 111-119 

Tally, Elias 112 

Tally, Eliza 117 

Tarn, Martin 120 

Tanner, Daniel 110 

Tatum, Ann 121 

Mary 121 

Nathaniel 121 

Taylor, Giles 118 

Guy 107 

James 120 

John 110-118 

Phil 109 

Rich 117 

Robt 113 

Thos 106 

Wm 110-118-121-123 

Zach 122 

Thomas, Eliza 109 

John 124 

Lowry 121 

Phillip 107 

Lazarus 120 

Thorneborough, Thos 108 

Thorncombe, Wm 107 

Thorogood, Adam 108-112-120 

Thome, Thos 119 

Throckmorton, Robt Ill 

Tibbs, Michael 110 

Tiffiney, Jon 109 

Tisdell, Rich 123 

Titon, Wm 119 

Todd, Robt 119 

Thos 120 

Tomlin, Martha 115 

Tomlinson, Edw 112 

Joane 107 

Jon 107-114 

Tompkins, John 123 

Tompson, Ann 114 

Henry 116 

Judith 121 

Rich Ill 

Tonstall, Edw 117 

Totnam, Silvester 106 

Traveller, Georg 120 

Travis, Edw 114 

Walter 114 

Trent, Humph 122 

Troton, Nicholas 120 

Trotter, Tho 121 

Trussell, Jon 112-117-118 

Tucker, Allen 118 

Turner, John 113-118 

Robt Ill 

Turvey, John 114 



Tutton, Henry 117 

Tysdell, Richard 123 

Towell, Jon 112 

Tree, Richard 113 



Vaberitt, James 

Vanham, John Ill 

Varloe, Peter 107 

Vasler, John 

Vaus, John 121 

Richard 109 

Vincent, Wm 117 

Vinkles, Michael 110 

Vinon, Joel 123 

Vinson, Wm Ill 

Virgin, Robt Ill 

Vocseen, James 109 

Vauston, Rich 110 

W 

Wade, Edw 123 

Wale, Wm 107 

Wallis, Thos 121 

Walker, Henry 119 

James 120 

Jon 107 

Lawr 107 

Morris 124 

Oliver 112 

Phillip 112 

Wambly, James 107 

Walthan, Hen 110 

Walter, Philip 112 

Richard 122 

Sibbill 122 

Walton, Daniel 121 

Y^ Jon Ill 

Margarett 115 

Saml 113 

Ward, Richard 108 

Robt Ill 

Thos 112-114 

Warner, Augustine 120 

Mar" 120 

Warradine, James 109-117 

Warren, Henry Ill 

Jon 123 

Watkeys, Saml 122 

Watkins, Thos 113 

Waters, Roger 114 

Watson, Tohn 108 

Watts, Thos 111-120 

Wm 119-121 

Wayne, Amy 119 

John 119 

Webster, Francis 118 



142 



Cavaliers and Pioneers 



Weekes, Thos 106-119 

Wells, John 119 

Richard 108 

West, Humph 114 

John 108 

Robt 123 

Weston, Richard 121 

Thos 113 

Wetherbye, Tho 113 

Wheeler, Thos 107-109-123 

Whetle, Robt 112 

Whitaker, Georg 123 

White, Blanka 122 

Chas 112 

Geo 122 

Nich 114 

Peter 122 

Tho 115-116 

Whitehead, James 117 

Whiting, James 121 

Whitley, Randall 121 

Wicklife, John Ill 

Wigg, Edw 117 

Wigmore, Elias 112 

Wignoll, Margarett 120 

Wilcock, Georg 109 

Wilcox, Richard 123 

Wilkins, John 107-115-122 

Kath 114 

Wilkinson, John 112 

Thos 114 

Wilsonn, Henry 109 

Richard Ill 

Wilton, John 112 

Willett, Peter 123 

Wililams, Christ 121 

Edw 112 

Humph. . .. 117 

Jinkin 124 

John 116-120 

Nich 119 

Rich 107 

Rowland 177 

Walter 116 

Wm 114 

Williamson, Alex 114 

David 107 

Robt 112 

Willoughbye, Thos 115-120 



Willis, Thos 109-113 

Walter 108 

Wills, Elizabeth 121 

Nicholas 124 

Winley, David Ill 

Jones Ill 

Winter, Rich Ill 

Wishart, Patrick 120 

Withers, Fr 115 

John 120 

Wombwell, Thos 110 

Wood, Abraham 117-122 

Thos 119 

Woodall, John 112 

Woodcocke, Jon 113 

Woodford, John 114 

Woodhowse, Henry 123 

Woodlife, John 107 

Woodliffe, John 121 

Woodward, Christo 107 

Dorothy 107 

Margarett 107 

Woolerine, Humph 108 

Wooley, Wm 114 

Wooton, Rich 120 

Wormeley, Christo 124 

Worminger, Wm 121 

Wright, Jane 109 

John 123 

Symon 109 

Wm 109 

Wyatt, Ralph 122 

Wyne, Jon 109 

Wynn, Christo 119 

Hugh 109 

Y 

Yeardley, Argoll 113 

Frances 113 

Geo 107 

Yeoman, Thos 109 

Yepe, John 108 

Young, Christo 120 

Pharoh 

Rich 111-119 

Yorke, Kath 107 

Z 

Zouch, John 119 



Cavaliers and Pioneers 



143 



NORTHERN NECK INDEX 



Adington, Susanna 127 

Benj 127 

Algood, Mr 126 

Andrewes, Robt 126 

Annaway, John 128 

Arrington, John 125-127 

Armes, Daniel 127 

Attwell, Thos 125 

B 

Bacon, Wm 128 

Barber, Thos 127 

Wm 128 

Baywell, Roger 128 

Bayley, Saml 128 

Beard, John 126 

Beckley, Jos 126 

Bedwell, Robt 126 

Boice, Christo 127 

Bonum, Saml 128 

Buckner, Philip 127 

Buckock, Thos 126 

Burbury, Thos 125 

Burke, Rickett 125 

Burnitt, Elizabeth 127 

Butler, James 128 

Tobias 1 26 

Blagg, Thos 127 

Blagrave, John 126 

Bland, Theo 127 

Brent, Geo 126-128 

Nicholas 128 

Robt 128 

Brookes, John 125 

Bruce, Wm 126 

1 
C 

Cannady, John 128 

Chadborne, Wm 126 

Chamberlaine, Robt 127 

Chissell, Ann 128 

Claiter, Thos 125 

Clark, John 125 

Wm 127 

Coleman, James 128 

Colley, Thos 126 

Conaway, Edw 125 

Coney, Edw 125 

Conway, Edwin 125-126 

Coxhedge, Wm 125 

Cornish, Wm 126 



Dade, Francis 127 



Davies, Rowland 125 

Davis, John 126 

Dawson, Thos 125 

Day, Solomon 126 

Susannah 126 

Decry, John 125 

Didley, Rich 128 

Dike, Mathew 128 

Dowdey, Hugh 127 

Downeing, John 126 

Downeing, Wm 126 

Draper, Josias 127 

Dunkin, Peter 125 



Edwards, Robt 125 

English, Walter 125 

Feild, Abraham 125 

Ford, Edw 128 

Foster, Seth 125 

Franckline, Edw 128 



Garland, Nath 128 

Thos 128 

Gibson, Rich 125 

Grymes, John 126 

H 

Hailes, Geo 125 

Hamon, Martin 128 

Hammon, Job 128 

Hardidge, Wm 128 

Harrison, Jos 128 

Hartwell, Henry 125 

Hawkins, Thos 125 

Eliz 125 

Hayles, Geo 127 

Haynie, John 125-126-127 

Heale, Geo 127 

Hobson, Thos 125-126 

Hoggett, Humphrey 128 

Horton, Wm 125-127 

Hoskins, John 125 

Huggell, Miles 127 

Huggall, Michael 127-128 



Jett, Wm 126 

Jones, Geo 125 

Roderick 126 

Keeth, John 126 

Kent, Saml 125 

Key, Richard 126 

Kinge, Robt 128 

Kirton, Thos 125-127 



144 



Cavaliers and Pioneers 



L 

Lamkin, Thos 128 

Leonard, Wm 127 

Lincolne, Garrett 

Lord, John 125-128 

Lunn, Wm 128 

M 

Mahane, Saml 125 

Martin, John 127 

Merryman, Rich 127 

Moseley, Wm 125-126 

Mosse, Wm 126 

Mountjoy, Thos 126 

Moxley, Wm 128 

Munroe, Wm 126 

Munro, Andrew 126 

N 

Neale, Daniel 126 

Newman, Thos 126 

Wm 126 

O 

Ocaney, Daniel 125 

P 

Parker, Edw 125 

Payne, John 125 

Peachey, Saml 128 

Peyton, Valentine 126 

Phillipps, Michaell 126 

Pickering, Geo 126 

Pollard, Robert 127 

Powell, Richard 126 

Prichard, Thos 125 

Pride, Benj 126 

Pynes, John 125 

R 

Rivett, Jonas 127 

Roe, Bunce 126 

I 

S 

Saffin, John 128 

Samford, James 127-128 

Sanders, Edw 125 



Sanford, Robt 128 

Scarlett, Martin 125 

Scott, John 126 

Searle, Richard 127 

Sirgett, John 128 

Slaughter, Wm 128 

Smith, Peter 127 

Smith, Richard 126 

Spence, Alext.. 126-128 

Spencer, Nicholas 125 

Spicer, Arthur 125 

Steerman, Richard 128 

Stone, Francis 125 

Stone, John 128 

Sumner, John 127 

T 
Tanner, Elizabeth 125 

Thos 125 

Taylor, Richard 128 

Taylor, John 127 

Terrett, Thos 127 

Terwhitt, Thos 125 

Tomlyn, Robert, Jr 126 

Travers, Wm 128 

Turner, Elizabeth 128 

Hezekiah 127-128 

Michael 128 

W 
Walker, Edw 128 

John 126-128 

Ward, Dixey 128 

Saml 128 

Webb, John 128 

Weire, John 125 

Wells, John 127 

Westcomb, Ja 125 

White, Wm 127 

Whitehead, Rich 127 

Wilkinton, Thos 126 

Williams, John 127 

Wilson, Elias 125-126 

Y 

Yeates, John 128 

Youell, Thos 125 



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PATENT BOOK No. 1 



By Capt. John West, Governor 

JOHN CHANDLER, 1,000 acs. Eliz. 
City Co., page 368, July 6, 1632. On 
W. side of Harris' Creek, E. towards 
Point Comfort Cr., N. upon bay inside 
of the broken islands. 50 acs. due for 
the personal adventure of his now wife 
Elizabeth Chandler & 950 acs. for trans- 
portation of: Tho. Herrick, Sr., Tho. 
Herrick, Jr., Georg Chowning, Jon. 
Fisher, Sarah Hatcher, Joane Bayly, 
Luke Richardson, Ralph Hunt, Tho. 
Bales, June Catesby, Rober Davis, Jon. 
Udall, Wm. Blaye, Marga Archellon, 
Eliz. Garrett, Tho. Bloyse, Jon. Roads, 
Wm. Whitfeild, Jon. Christer. 

GEORG HOLMES, 200 acs. James 
City Co., Sept. 12, 1636, page 378. 
N. side of land of Samuell Snead & W. 
upon Mr. Harwood. 100 acs. for per. 
adv. of himself & wife Rebecca Holmes 
& 100 acs. for trans, of Thomas Browne 
& Robt. Sharpe. 

RICHARD YOUNG, 100 acs. War- 
wicksquicke Co., Nov. 25, 1636, p. 401. 
Near the Indian field. For per. adv. 
of himself & v/ife Dorothy Young. 

WILLIAM WILKINSON, Minister, 
700 acs., Nov. 20, 1635, p. 405. In 
Lynhaven commonly called Chesapeian 
River, W. upon Capt. Adam Thorogood. 
200 acs. by assignment from Robert 
Newberke Oct. 3, 1636, due Newberke 
for his per. adv. & trans, of 3 pers. 
500 acs. due Wilkinson per adv. of his 
wife Naomy Wilkinson & trans, of 8 
pers. (Names not given.) 

By Sir John Harvey, Govr. 

CAPT. JOHN CHEESEMAN, 500 
acs. Chas. River Co., Nov. 1, 1637, p. 
492. At the New Poquoson, S. W. up- 
on Thomas Ramsey. 300 acs. by deed 



of sale from Edward Cheeseman & 200 
for trans, of 4 pers. (Names not given.) 

GEORG TRAVELLOR, 500 acs. Ac- 
comack Co., Nov. 1, 1637, p. 493. On 
old plantation Cr., W. upon John Jen- 
kins. 100 acs. for per. adv. of himself 
ik wife Alice Travellor & 400 acs. for 
tr.ins. of 8 pers. 

WILLIAM JOHNSON, 50 acs. Isle 
of Wight Co., Oct. 29, 1637, p. 493. 
Confirmation of former patent. 

WILLIAM SPENCER, 1,350 acs, 
Feb. 10, 1637, p. 521. In Lawnes Creek. 
For trans, of: Robert Stokes, Edward. 
Wilmott, Robt. Arnold, Annias Copies- 
ton, Georg Prosser, Nicholas Atwell, 
Evan Williams, Francis Pearle, Wm. 
Mitchell, Jon. Lewis, Katherine Pearce, 
Ellen Alice, Antho. Streate, Hester God- 
beare, Nich. Spencer, John Dodman, 
Jon. Holden, Tho. Powell, Tho. Smith, 
Tho. Clayton, Jon. Mathews, Eliz. 
Nicholson, James Tooke, Hugh Wynn, 
Robert Latchett, James Robinson, Joseph 
Deare. 

EDWARD SPARSHOTT, 350 acs. 
Chas. City Co, May 6, 1638, p. 546. 
N. side Indian feild about 2 mi. up 
Merchants Hope Cr. For his per. adv. 
& trans, of his wife Madolin Caves, his 
son Edward, Robert Honnywood, Jer. 
Hayles, Jer. Watts, Jonathan Grayne. 

Confirmation of the above July 25, 
1638 & 50 acs. additional. Name of 
Thomas Carter added. 

RICE HOE, 1,200 acs. Chas. City Co, 
May 9, 1638, p. 549. Near Martin 
Brandon & Capt. Ward's land, S. upon 
Ward's Cr. 100 acs. for the per. adv. 
of himself & wife & 1,100 for trans, of 
22 pers. (Names not given.) 



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WILLIAM CARTER, 1,000 acs. 
James City Co., May 21, 1638, p. 572. 
About 3 mi. from James River. Due 
for trans, of: Avis Turtley, Ann Mathis, 
Alice Croxon, Wm. Acherson, Andrew 
Robinson, Richard Cooke, Fr. Bick, 
Richard Bick, Alice Watkins, Alice 
Johnson, Eliz. Johnson, Henry Snow, 
Nicho. Barnett, Edward Bland, Mathew 
Briste, John Bell, Hercules Messenger, 
Tho. Streete, Wm. Higgenson, Rose 
Hill. 

NATHANIELL TATUM, 500 acs., 
July 24, 1638, p. 583. In Appamut- 
tuck River, E. upon Causey's Feild Cr. 
Due by assignment from Thomas Causey. 

By Sir Francis Wyatt 

ELI AS TAYLOR, 150 acs. Accomacke 
Co., July 10, 1640, p. 699. At Nus- 
watocks Cr., near land of John Towle- 
son. 50 acs. for adv. of his now wife 
Anna Taylor & 100 acs. for trans Rich- 
ard White & Edward Thornecroft. 

CAPT. ROBERT FELGATE, 400 acs. 
Chas. Riv. Co., Mar. 18, 1639, p. 714. 
To be doubled, etc. Near William Bar- 
ber & adj. his former devident. For 
trans, of himself, Margarett Felgate, his 
wife, Erasmus, his son, Judith Felgate, 
his daughter, Robert Siler, James Giles, 
Richard Davis, John Jackgive. 

WILLIAM DENHAM, 200 acs. Isle 
of Wight Co., Mar. 18, 1639, p. 714. 
To be doubled, etc. E. upon Pagan 
Shoare Baye against Butchers Island & 
Reed Pt., adj. William Puttivatts, Hugh 
Winn & W. into the woods. Due for 
trans, of: Elianor Ellice, John Midleton, 
Edward White, John Waters. 

THOMAS MARSH alias RIVERS, 
150 acs. Up. Co. of New Norfolke, 
Mar. 21, 1639, p. 716. To be doubled, 
etc. W. upon Oystershell Cr. Due by 
assignment from Peter Mountegue & 
for trans, of: William Jones, Thomas 
Kedbey, Margarett Starford. 

CAPT. JOHN CHEESEMAN, of the 
New Poquoson in Va., "doe sell unto 
my brother EDMOND CHEESMAN" 
certain land upon the New Poquoson, 



adj. a neck of land cleared by John 
Cumber. Consideration: 200 acs. of land 
by indenture. Nov. 19, 1638. Witness: 
Humphrey Hammer. Page 718. 

JOHN MATROM, Gent, of Va. to 
NICHOLAS BROOKS, the younger, 
Merchant, of Va. his plantation in Chas. 
Riv. Co. in Capt. Wormeley's Cr., pur- 
chased of Mr. Jurnew. All buildings, 
etc. except one howse & 10 ft. of ground 
lett to Mr. Harris, Master of the Shipp 
Honour, for 7 yrs. to haile up his boate. 
Consideration: 6 servants & a bever to 
bee delivered at the next yeares ship- 
ping & 4 servants more the yeare after 
at the said time of shipping. April 12, 
1640, p. 719. Witnesses: Robert Hors- 
ley & Tho. Gate. 

WILLIAM ALLEN, of London, Mer- 
chant, 600 acs. in Chas. River Co., May 
25, 1640. P. 719. About 2 mi. N. of 
Queens Cr., S. W. towards a cr. named 
Croshawes Desire, & adj. land of Tho- 
mas Savin. Assigned by Joseph Cro- 
shaw. To be doubled, etc. 

RANDALL CREW, 450 acs. Up. Co. 
New Norf., Nov. 13, 1640, P. 721. 
Upon a cr. issuing from the Southern 
br. of Nansamund Riv., opposite to 
Georges feild, behind land of Thomas 
Dew. To be doubled, etc. Due for 
trans, of: Ann Westlock, William Tay- 
lor, Thomas Taylor, John Cooper, John 
Jeffers, Ellis Rippon, Ann Rippon, Wil- 
liam Bancroft, Thomas Garrett. 

THOMAS CAUSEY, 300 acs. May 
10, 1638, P. 721. In Appamattuck Riv., 
E. upon Thomas Bagwell. Trans, of: 
John Pren, William Lucas, Nicholas 
Wattson. John Billins, Robert White- 
croft, Richard Brignall. 

STEPHEN GILL, 300 acs. Chas. Riv. 
Co., July 3, 1640, P. 722. Upon Queens 
Cr., & adj. Richard Maior. Part of 
patent formerly granted unto John Batts 
& John Deines. 

JOHN DAVIS, 450 acs. Chas. River 
Co., June 18, 1640. P. 722. To be 
doubled &c. Upon head of Queens Cr., 
adj. Capt. Richard Popeles. 



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THOMAS HARVEY, 950 acs. James 
City Co., July 3, 1640, p. 723. To be 
doubled &c. Called Harveyes Necke, 
W. upon land of Bridges Freeman & 
Francis Fowler, N. upon Georg Grace 
unto a path leading to James Cittie 
from Chickahominy. For his per. adv. 
& for trans, of: Mary, his wife, John 
Harvey his son, Jane Little, William 
Treble, Sr., William Treble, Jr., Robert 
Phillipps, Owin Madrin, Hen. Willett, 
Tho. Buck, Robert Bradshaw, John Ire- 
land, Tho. Cole, Peter Mudd, Barthol. 
Pelcock, Tho. Causey, (this name may 
be Jo. Causey) Jane his wife, Elizabeth 
Edwards, Robert Flake. 

MR. JOHN FELGATE, 1,200 acs. 
James City Co., July 3, 1640, P. 724. 
To be doubled &c. Adj. his own & 
land of Edward Sanderson. Due by 
order of court Sept. 23, 1635, also for 
trans, of 24 pers. (Names not given.) 

WILLIAM JONES, 100 acs. Acco- 
macke Co., 1640, P. 725. In Hungers 
Cr., between Capt. Stone & Richard 
Smith. Trans, of Elizabeth, his wife, & 
Margarett Collett. 

FRANCIS MARTIN, 250 acs. Acco- 
macke Co., Oct. 24, 1639, P. 725. On 
Hungars Cr., adj. Edward Stockdale. 
Trans, of: Edward Kinse, Sr., Edward 
Kinse, Jr., Elianor Kinse, Abigail Kinse, 
Eliza. Kinse. 

JOHN HOLLOWAY, 550 acs. Acco- 
macke Co., P. 726 (date not given). 
On Hungars Cr. For his per. adv. & 
trans, of: Wm. Corke, Gabriell Searle, 
John Tylley, Jon. Halsey, Rich. Savage, 
Rich. Clement, James Barnaby, Sarah 
Barnaby, Henry Pacye, Jon. Ward. 

ROBERT HOLT, 700 acs. July 23, 
1640, P. 727. Confirmation of former 
patent to which the following names are 
added: Thos. Bradford, Ralph Blakin, 
Richard Burgis, James Davis, John 
Budge. 

GRESHAM COFFEILD, 200 acs. Isle 
of Wight Co., July 18, 1640, P. 728. 
Adj. Epaphroditus Lawson. Due by as- 
signment from Arthur Hallington. 

JOHN RADFORD, 200 acs. Lower 
Norf. Co., Aug. 11, 1640, P. 728. On 



Western br. of Eliz. River, adj. patent 
assigned to him by John Slaughter & 
Thomas Browne. 

CAPT. WILLIAM PEIRCE of Mul- 
berry Island, Va. to ROBERT LAW- 
THEAT of Lawnes Cr., Va., planter, a 
neck of land containing 50 acs. in 
Lawnes Cr. towards Hogg Is. Cr., adj. 
William Spencer. Mar. 1, 1635, P. 729. 
Witnesses: Georg Lobb & John Hassord. 

GEORG MINIFIE, 80 poles in James 
Cittie, Aug. 3, 1640, P. 730. "It was 
enacted at a grand Assembly holden the 
20th Feb. 1636, that all undertakers to 
build upon James Island should be en- 
couraged by a graunt of a convenient 
proportion of ground for howsing & a 
garden plott," etc. Between land of Sir 
Francis Wyatt & Capt. Francis Pott. 
Fee Rent: 1 Capon on the Feast of St. 
Thomas the Apostle yearely. "Provided 
that if the sd. Minifie his heirs or as- 
signs shall not build upon the said par- 
cel of land within the time or terme of 
6 months after the date of these presents 
that then it shall be lawfull for any 
other to make choice of the same land 
and build upon the same." 

JOHN CORKER, 18 po., James Is- 
land, Aug. 3, 1640, P. 730. Same as 
above. 

PETER RIGBYE, 100 acs. Chas. 
River Co., Dec. 14, 1639, P. 731. In 
the parish of New Poquoson, near Ar- 
thur Seawell & Arthur Meckworth, adj. 
John Jackson. By certificate from a 
court held at Chas. River. Aug. 14, 
1638 it appears this land is due for 
trans, of Dorothy, his wife, & Richard 
Washington; sd. Washington be- 
queathed the right of his per. adv. to 
John Jackson, who gave same to Rigbye. 

HENRY PORTER & RAPHAELL 
JOYNER, 350 acs. James City Co., Aug. 
10, 1640. Confirmation of former 
patent to Joyner & Samuell Trigg, & 
50 acs. added for per. adv. of sd. Porter. 

STEPHEN WEBB, 500 acs., James 
City Co., Dec. 6, 1639, P. 733. Con- 
firmation of former patent. Following 
names added to headrights: William 
Drummond & Edward Hutchinson. 



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BRIDGES FREEMAN, 100 acs. James 
City Co., Aug. 5, 1640, P. 734. Adj. 
his own land, Francis Fowler & Georg 
Grace. Trans, of: Robert Mosely & 
Richard Brewer. 

WILLIAM CRANAGE, 700 acs. Isle 
of Wight Co., Aug. 8, 1640, P. 735. 
About Pagan Creek, ad. Joseph Cobb 
& his own land. 300 acs. part of form- 
er patent & 400 acs. for his per. adv. 
& trans, of: Edmund Sadler, Sr., Eliz. 
Sadler, Sr., Edmund Sadler, Jr., Eliz. 
Sadler, Jr., Margt. Sadler, Mary Sadler, 
Peter Allerentia, Richard Garnum, An- 
nis Page, David Powell, William God- 
frey, William Atkins, Robert Parkin. 

ROBERT BRASSEUR, 100 acs. Co. 
of Up. Norfolk, Oct. 6, 1640, P. 736. 
Upon Western br. of Nansamund Riv. 
opposite Lawrence Peters. Trans, of: 
Peeter Besairdier & Reene Besairdier. 

EDWARD GOLDBOURNE & 
MARY, his wife, to ROBERT MILES, 
100 acs. of land with all the houses 
thereon, lying & being at Archers Hope. 
Oct. 9, 1640, P. 736. Witnesses: Hen. 
Fenton & Tho. Cooke. 

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WILLIAM ARMESTEAD, of Eliz. 
City Co. to JOHN BOWLES, 20 acs. of 
land in sd. county, running along N. 
side of Bowles' ; 50 acs. by deed of gift 
from Mrs. Elizabeth Southwell, & 16 
acs. more lying Southerly upon William 
Morgan. 

Consideration: patent of 100 acs. 
granted unto Thomas Keeling, Nov. 18, 
1635, accrewing due unto Thomas Cas- 
son in right of his wife Elizabeth, form- 
erly wife and now relict of William 
Laighton, & since assigned by Casson 
unto sd. Bowles. Also certificate of 40 
acs. to be delivered by sd. Bowles June 
11, 1641. Witnesses: Samll. Abbott & 
John Mead. 

WILLIAM LAIGHTON & HENRY 
SOUTHELL, of the back river, to 
JOHN BOWLES, of the back river, all 
that plantation whereon sd. Leighton 
now dwelleth, containing 50 acs., E. up- 
on the river, S. upon William Morgan 
& N. upon Henry Southell. Oct. 14, 



1636. Page 738. Witnesses: Geo. 
Ward, Isaac Wongan, Tho. Heath & 
Tho. Milton. 

MICHAELL WILCOX, Planter, of 
Up. Norfolk, to GEORG WHITE, Min- 
ister, 142 acs. Oct. 21, 1639. By order 
of court dated Oct. 3, 1638, some dif- 
ference having arisen between these 
parties, the land was equally divided. 

By this instrument Wilcox conveys all 
of his interest, except a tract 18 ft. by 
35 ft. Witness: Tho. Sparrow & Lawr. 
Phillipps. Page 739. 

GEORG WHITE to JOHN ASH- 
COMB, assignment of his interest in the 
above. Feb. 25, 1639. Page 740. Wit- 
nesses: William Read & Jane Perkins. 

WILLIAM TAYLOR, Gent, of Chisk- 
iake, & Elizabeth, now his wife, of the 
one part, & JOHN JACKSON, Gent of 
the other pan. Whereas by patent dated 
Sept. 26, 1638 unto sd. Jackson & sd. 
Elizabeth by the name of Kingsmill 
then, now wife of sd. Taylor, 600 acs. 
in James City Co., adj. Bridges Free- 
man, John Dansy & John Felgate. For 
divers causes & considerations the sd. 
Taylor & Elizabeth, his wife, grant sd. 
land unto sd. Jackson. Apr. 4, 1642. 
Witnesses: John Clarke & William 
Baulk, Not. Public. Page 740. 

WILLIAM TAYLOR, Gent, to AM- 
BROSE HARMOR & Jane, his wife. 
Conveys his patent of 1,200 acs. Noc. 9, 

1638. Apr. 4, 1642, Page 742. Wit- 
nesses: Same as above. 

ROBERT BEW, 150 acs. granted in 

1639. P. 744. (Record incomplete.) 

JOHN ROE, 150 acs. Isle of Wight 
Co. This patent purchased by Mr. Ar- 
thur Smith & renewed in his name Mar. 
2, 1643. (Incomplete). P. 745. 

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THOMAS CAUSEY, 300 acs. in 
Appamattuck River, Apr. 10th. "All 
the rest lost." P. 745. 

AMBROSE BENNETT, 1,150 acs. 
Isle of Wight Co., June 23, 1641, P. 
746. Upon the maine head of the 



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Lower baye Cr. called Cypress Swamp. 
Trans, of: Richard Williamson, Peter 
Harwood, Alice Newman, Richard Mor- 
rice, Rich. Death, Eliz. Death, Joane 
Hodges, Noth. White, Henry Welsonn, 
Fr. Nichols, Wm. Junior, Peter Watter, 
Willi. Ellis, Meredith Morgan, Watkin 
Howell, Evan David, Antho. Cole, Wm. 
Wood, Georg Ashall, Hester Carter, 
David Cone, Eliz. Avery, Robert Medley. 

THOMAS MORREY, 300 acs. Isle of 
Wight Co., Apr. 7, 1641, P. 747. Up- 
on a br. of Seawards Cr., sd. br. com- 
monly known by the name of Ashen 
Swamp, adj. Richard Jackson. Due for 
his per. adv. & the first and second 
trans, of Elizabeth, his wife, & trans, of: 
Ann Hale, Willi. Turbuck & Ralph 

Griffith. 

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Same. 300 acs. Isle of Wight Co., 
Apr. 20, 1641, P. 747. Adj. Capt. 
Nathaniell Bass, John Newland, Hugh 
Winn & John Seaward. Trans, of: 
Henry Stratton, Clemt. Bade, Rich. Rut- 
land, William Bishopp, Patrick Boho- 
nett, Daniell Washborne. 

JAMES HAWLEY, 300 acs. Isle of 
Wight Co., Apr. 22, 1641, P. 748. Up- 
on the head of the Lower Baye Cr., adj. 
John Rowe. Due for the per. adv. of 
himself, Ann, his wife, & trans, of: 
Francis Ann & Alice, his children, John 
Foster & Richard Darling. Patent re- 
newed Sept. 27, 1643. 

TOBY SMITH, 650 acs. Warwick River 
Co., Feb. 15, 1640, P. 749. Place called 
Humberstone, upon head of the back 
river called Smiths ford, adj. Thomas 
Faulconer & Thomas Boulding. For his 
per. adv. & trans, of: Thomas Best, 
Mary (Best) his wife, Thomas Best, & 
John Best, 2 children; William Cade, 
Henry Harvey, Eliz. Fisher, Joyce 
Arnold, Daniell Hart, Alice King, Jere- 
miah Rutt & Margery Ceely. Renewed 
Sept. 16, 1644. 

THOMAS GRINWOOD, 150 acs. 
Isle of Wight Co., July 28, 1641, P. 
750. Upon a br. of Seawards Cr., adj. 
John Seaward & Capt. John Upton. Due 
for his per. adv. & trans, of: Mary, his 
wife, & Dorothy Grinwood. 



ROBERT BURNETT, 200 acs. Isle 
of Wight Co., Apr. 3, 1641, P. 751. 
Upon a br. of Seawards Cr., adj. Nicho- 
las Smith. For his per. adv. & trans, of: 
Margarett Arnold, Alice Johnson & 
Richard Cooper. Renewed Sept. 29, 
1643. 

WILLIAM HAMPTON, 550 acs. 
Eliz. City Co., Jan. 6, 1639, P. 752. 
Per Adv. of himself & Joane, his wife, 
& trans, of: Willi. Hampton, Grace 
Hampton, Eliza. Hampton, Alice Cur- 
tice, Children Geor Hankin, Oliver Clif- 
ford, Mandelin Wosencroft, James 
Francis, Thomas Smith, Richard Cary, 
Hugh Bramley. 

WILLIAM WIGG, 250 acs. James 
City Co., Nov. 26, 1640, P. 753. Upon 
S. side of Tanckes Pasbyhaies Cr., op- 
posite William Frye & John Dancey, 
called Claybancke. Lying between land 
of Bridges Freeman & Thomas Rolfe. 
Trans, of: James Barnes, Henry Crawes, 
Roger Anderson, Anthony Dickinson, 
Edward Watts. 

Same. 650 acs. James City Co., Apr. 
25, 1641. P. 754. In Chickahominy 
Riv., over against Pease Hill. Adj. John 
Robins, Bennett Freeman, Henry Porter 
& Raphaell Joyner. Confirmation of 2 
former patents. 

JOHN SEAWARD, 1,300 acs. Isle of 
Wight Co., Apr. 1, 1641, P. 755. Upon 
the lower bay called Seawards Cr., adj. 
William Yarrat & upon Goose Hill Cr. 
Confirmation of 2 former patents, & 300 
for trans, of 6 pers. Memo, at end of 
this record: "This by Assignment. 
Nicholas Morrice, his wife & one child. 
Peter Eaton, 2 servants. This order at 
James Citty Dec. 15th, 1635." 

RICHARD COLLINS, 150 acs. in 
Pasbyehaies, (Jas. City Co.) Dec. 3, 
1641, P. 756. 21 yr. lease to begin at 

the Nativity of our Lord 1642. Near 
land of Edward Oliver. Annuall Rent: 
6 Bbls. of Merchantable Indian Corne 
sheld at the State Howse in James Citty. 

HENRY WYATT, 50 acs., in Pasbye- 
haies, James City Co., Dec. 16, 1641, 
P. 757. 21 yr. lease. Annuall Rent 2 



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Bbls. of Merchantable Indian Corne, as 
above. , 

HATTILL POTT, 700 acs. James 
City Co., Dec. 4, 1641, P. 758. In 
Chickahominy Riv., adj. Robert Free- 
man. Due by virtue of patent assigned 
to him by Richard Wilcox, Sept. 11, 
1638 & confirmed by order of court 
June 9, 1641. 

THOMAS BERNARD, 1,050 acs. 
Warwicke River Co., Dec. 16, 1641, P. 
761. At the mouth of the bac kcr., adj. 
Capt. Thomas Flint. Confirmation of 
former patent for 500 acs., & order of 
court for 200 acs. Feb. 24, 1631. 350 
acs. for trans, of: Patrick Closse, Wil- 
liam Ware, William Hopkin, John Ger- 
rish, Robert Frere, Alice Havord, Tho. 
Howgate. 

RICHARD BROOKES, 189 acs. in 
Pasbyhaies, James City Co., Jan. 22, 
1641, Page 762. From the mouth of a 
little swamp, near Mr. Ban's house, 
running along Mr. White's land. 21 
yr. lease. Annual rent: 7^4 bbls. Mer. 
Indian corn, sheld at the State House, 
payment to begin at the Nativity of our 
Lord next ensuing the date hereof. 

JOHN GEORGE, 1,200 acs. Charles 
City Co., Oct. 11, 1640, Page 763. Adj. 
Thomas Bayley. 900 acs. by former 
patent & 300 acs. for trans, of 6 pers.: 
John George, John Geabe, Richard 
Searle, William Trueman, Isaac Ellis, 
Mercv Lunmore. 

GARRETT STEPHENS, 400 War- 
wick River Co., Oct. 9, 1641, Page 764. 
Beg. at the path leading from the New 
Poquoson to Nutmeg quarter. 200 acs. 
by assignment of patent from John — 
(blank) & the residue for trans, of: 
William Chigian, Thomas Roberts, Wil- 
liam Sharpe, Patience Martyn. 

SAMUEL FIRMENT, 500 acs. Up. 
Norf. Co., Jan. 8, 1640, Page 765. At 
the head of Indian Cr. from the W. br. 
of Nansamund Riv. & adj. John Layden. 
300 acs. by assignment from John Gar- 
rett of his right for trans, of 6 pers., 
& 200 acs. by assignment from Marke 
Gilla, who was assignee of Christopher 



Biffeild for his right for trans, of '4 
pers. The following names appear un- 
der this patent: Henry Powell, Ed- 
ward Roberts, Phillip Jones, Thomas 
Seymor, Humphry Cadwallader, Nicho- 
las Barker, Sarah Biffeild, Ellen Garner. 
(There are two of these names for 
which noe Land taken upp. George 
Read.) 

JOHN FLOYNE, 50 acs. Charles 
River Co., November 10, 1640, Page 
766. Upon Cheesemans Cr. Due for 
the per. adv. of his wife Joane Floyne. 

THOMAS PITT, 872^4 acs. Charles 
City Co., Dec. 7, 1641, Page 767. At 
Appamattocke River, near land of Ed- 
ward Kyrnes. 500 acs. by assignment 
from Edward Prince & 372J/2 for trans, 
of: Thomas Pitt, Walter Johnson, Ed- 
win Young, Thomas Browne, Samuell 
Butler, William Price, William Strange, 
Penelope Laurell (or Lanvell). 

RICHARD PRESTON, 500 acs. Up. 
Norf. Co., 1641, Page 767. At the 
miles end of Thomas Jorden & Richard 
Young. 250 acs. by two former patents 
in his name, & 250 for trans, of: Wil- 
liam Becham, Richard Pettibone, Joane 
Carraway, Michaell Morphew, Edward 
Ratcliffe. 

THOMAS BABB, 100 acs. Up. Norf. 
Co., Oct. 12, 1640, Page 769. Upon 
W. branch of Nansamund Rover, 2 x /z 
mi. up the br. adj. Georg Ludlow. Due 
for his per. adv. & trans, of Eliza. 
Jones. 

CAPT JOHN CHEESMAN, 300 acs. 
Charles Riv. Co., Dec. 4, 1640, Page 
770. Upon Cheesman's Cr., running 
parallel to the mouth of the New Po- 
quoson Riv. 200 acs. by assignment from 
John Hoilis & Richard Bennett, & 100 
for trans, of Judeth Williams & 1 per. 
unnamed. 

By Sir William Berkeley 

HENRY PERRY, 3,500 acs. Charles 
Citty Co., known by the name of Buck- 
land, May 10, 1642, Page 771. Being 
a neck of land bet. Old Mans Cr. & 
Herring Cr. 2,000 acs. thereof be- 
queathed to him by his father, Capt. 
William Perry, Aug. 5, 1637. 1,500 acs. 



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by assignment from Georg Minifie of his 
right for trans, of 30 pers: Hugh For- 
shew, John Thomas, Hugh Seaver, John 
Weaver, Richard Newman, Tho. Lisle, 
James Smith, Geo. Abraham, Robert 
Barwood, Wm. Cooke, Patrick Cane (or 
Cave) John Garrett, Richard Flood, 
Ralph Harrington, William Hance, John 
Saltrea, Richard Williams, Richard 
Owen. 12 Negroes bought of Sr. John 
Harvey, Knt., Anno 1639. (Marginal 
note: These in the Shipp Dove of Lon- 
don Capt. Bicking Mr. (Master) 1638. 

CAPT. ROBERT HUTCHINSON, 
100 acs. James Cittie Co., May 20, 
1642, Page 772. Lease. Annual Rent: 

5 bbls. Mer. Indian corn. 

RICHARD JACKSON, 450 acs. Isle 
of Wight Co., Mar. 13, 1641, Page 772. 
Upon Seawards Cr., adj. Thomas Marcy, 
Pharoe Flinton & Justinian Cooper. 350 
acs. by assignment from Thomas Stamp 

6 John Sweete, of their right for trans. 
of 7 pers., & 100 acs. for trans, at his 
own costs of 2 pers. The following 
names appear — record incomplete: Rich- 
ard Jackson, Nicholas Kinford (or Kin- 
seed) Roote, Sweete, 

Ray, Edmund Prynn, Mathew 



Bletstowe, Thomas Spaine, Georg Cock- 
croft. 

NATH. TATUM, 500 acs. Chas. 
Citty Co., Dec. 4, 1641, Page 773. N. 
upon Appamattock River, near his own 
& land of John Baker. By former patent 
& assignment from Thomas Causey. 

JOHN GARRETT, 400 acs. Up. 
Norf. Co., May 22, 1642, Page 774. 
Upon Incian Cr. issuing from the W. 
br. of Nansamund River, below land of 
William Hatfeild. Due for trans, of 

8 Pers.: Mr. John Roger, Tho. , 

John , Richard , Allen 

Hayhes, Richard Eastwood, Susan Bird. 

FRANCIS MAULDIN, 100 acs. Up. 
Norf. Co., May 22, 1642, Page 774. 
Upon W. br. of Nansamund Riv., adj. 
Thomas Emerson. Trans, of: Thomas 
Serridon & John Carre. 



the S. side of James Riv., upon the head 
of Mr. Grindall called the old forte & 
Grindalls Hill, & lying bet. land of 
John Bishopp & Mr. Ewin called the 
Colledge land. Trans, of: Richard Har- 
ris, Luke Goodnought, Joane Harding. 

PETER JOHNSON, 200 acs. New 
Norf. Co., May 23, 1642, Page 775. 
Upon the head of New Towne haven 
river. Due by assignment from Peter 
Wrye of his right for trans, of 4 pers.: 
Susan Chandler, James Edwin, Thomas 
Edwin, Jaques Masgarke. 

RICHARD GREGSON, 400 acs. Eliz. 
Cittie Co., Dec. 8, 1642, Page 776. 
Beg. at the path leading from Nutmeg 
quarter unto the Poquoson, adj. Tobye 
Smith & William Hampton. Trans, of: 
John White, Richard Long, John Raw- 
lings, Michaell Clarke, Robert Powell, 
Edward Cole, Edward Williams. 

THOMAS MATHEWS, 470^ acs. 
(county not given) Oct. 10, 1641, Page 
777. Adj. John Chaplin. Trans, of 10 
pers.: John Harrison, Richard Canny, 
Alice Assine (or Assnie) Anne Wake- 
land, William Chandler, Rice Harvy, 
came in the Wm. 1638, John Jasper, 
came in Mary of Bristol 1634, William 
Garner, came in the David of Bristol 
1635, Georg Lawrance, came in the 
Jonas, Tho. Taylor Mr. (Master) 1637. 

WILLIAM EYRES, 750 acs. Up. 
Norf. Co., May 23, 1642, Page 777. 
Upon an arm of the W. br. of Nansa- 
mund River., adj. John Garrett. Trans, 
of 15 pers.: Francis Speight, Thomas 
Bridwell, Robert Stany, Sarah Sanner, 
John Mondy, Walter Besley, John 
Blackburne, John Bay, William Nichols, 
William Fenn, Jeremiah Velayne, Ed- 
ward Thownsend, John Ray, Hugh Rout, 
Hugh Smithwicke. 

WILLIAM EYRES, 100 acs. Up. 
Norf. Co., May 22, 1642, Page 778. 
Upon N. side of the W. br. of Nansa- 
mund Riv., adj. John Sculler. Trans, of 
2 pers.: Gilbert Brooke. (1 name miss- 
ing.) 



JEREMIAH GREY, 150 acs. James PHILLIPP CLARKE, 300 acs. James 

Citty Co., May 22, 1642, Page 775. On Cittie, Mar. 1, 1640, Page 779. S. upon 



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the Colledge land, up the reedy swamp 
near land of John Bishopp. 200 acs. by 
former patent & 100 for trans, of: 
Katherine White & Anthony Harris. 

ROBERT EYRES, 200 acs. Low. 
Norf. Co., May 22, 1642, Page 780. 
About 8 mi. up a Southern br. of Eliza. 
River. Trans, of: Robert Eyres, Francis 
Poythres, William Brown, John Herring. 

THOMAS TODD, 50 acs. Low. Norf. 
Co., Oct. 2, 1640, Page 780. Upon S. 
side of the Eastern br. of Eliz. River. 
Trans, of: Edward Stone. 

RICHARD WILLIAMS, 250 acs. 
Charles Cittie Co., Mar. 10, 1640, 
Page 781. At a place called Chaplins 
land. Trans, of: John Brooke, William 
Bell, Patrick Jackson, David Pullock, 
David Deweex (?). 

JOHN BROWNE, 200 acs. Acco- 
macke Co., June 3, 1642, Page 782. At 
Nuswattocks Cr., beg. at land of Leving 
Duewood, along the broad cr. towards 
land of Garrett Andrews. Due for trans, 
of himself, wife & Robert Sals- 
bury & Symon Smith. 

WILLIAM STOREY, 600 acs. Up. 
Norf. Co., Nov. 17, 1641, Page 782. 
Upon an arm of the W. br. of Nansa- 
mund Riv., called Indian Cr., adj. land 
of John Howard, Nich. May, Ann Wes- 
like, Thomas Bagly, Richard Stinett, 
Sanders Smith, Ellis Smith, John Griffin. 

STEPHEN CHARLETON, 500 acs. 
Accomacke Co., May 19, 1641, Page 
783. In Nuswattocke Cr. Trans, of 10 
pers.: Robert Berrv, John Tixton, Alice 
Delvis, Elady Lanstones, Giles Browne, 
James Jones, Michaell Crawly, Leonard 
Petick, Eliza. Petick, Ralph Stowell. 

BRYANT SMITH, 100 acs. Henrico 
Co., Oct. 10, 1641, Page 783. Bounded 
W. upon the river, E. into the woods, 
S. on Capt. Harris' land & N. on An- 
thonv Bodves land. Trans, of: Nicholas 
Perkins, Gringall Delayhaye. 

WILLIAM STOREY. 250 acs. Up. 
Norf. Co.. May 22, 1643. Paqe 784. 
Upon W. br. of Nansamund Riv. Trans. 



of: Oliver White, John Skull, Karbery 
Kigan, Anthony Fletcher, Richard Mar- 
bery. 

JOHN GOOKIN, 640 acs., Low. 
Norf. Co., Oct. 12, 1641, Page 785. 
Adj. Capt. Thorogood's land. Trans, of 
13 pers.: John Mason, Richard Bullock, 
John Covell, William Granger, Ann 
Wrench & 7 Negroes. 

GEORG ADKINS & WILLIAM 
FOSTER, 250 acs. (county not men- 
tioned) May 23, 1642, Page 785. Beg. 
on the reedy sw. which divides this from 
land of Thomas Woodhowse, adj. John 
Twy. Trans, of: Mathias King, Tobias 
Tanner, John Ashe, Ellis Young, Wil- 
liam Foster. 

WILLIAM BURDETT, 300 acs. Ac- 
comacke Co., Oct. 3, 1641, Page 786. 
Bounded on the Northern part by old 
plantation cr., on W. & S. by a br. of 
sd. cr. dividing this from land of 
Charles Harmer. Trans, of: William 
Knapp, Symon Coldron, Sarah Hick- 
man, William Young, Nehemiah Cun- 
ningham, John Gibbons. 

THOMAS GREY, 100 acs. James 
Citty Co., June 7, 1642, Page 787. Up- 
on E. side of Greys Cr., adj. his own 
land. Trans, of: Gerry Graves & Wil- 
liam Browne. 

JOHN GEORG, 144 acs. Chas. Citty 
Co., Aug. 11, 1642, Page 787. W. up- 
on land of Capt. Francis Epps, N. upon 
Wattkins Cr., S .upon the river & E. 
upon land of Lady Dale. Trans, of: 
Richard Webster, Sanders Blackhaws, 
Wm. Haming. 

JOHN BROACH, 1,000 acs. Chas. 
River Co., Aug. 18, 1642, Page 788. 
Upon Chas. River & Ware Cr. Trans, 
of 20 pers.: Sarah Symons, Edward 
Watkins, Tho. Griffin, John Hickes, 
Nicholas Bannister, John Sheppard, 5 
Negroes, & Antho. Packhurst 3 times. 
300 acs. by order of June 5, 1640 as- 
signed unto him by Mr. Rosier. 

JOHN WOODLIFFE. 750 acs., Chas. 
City Co., Aug. 18, 1642, Pa?e 788. 
530 acs. Lyeing at a place called Jor- 



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dens, bordering W. upon land of Wil- 
liam Jarrett, adj. Samuell Jorden. 20 
acs. part at a place now called Barmoo- 
dus hundred, bounding E. upon the 
great river & S. upon land of Samuell 
Jorden, running to land of William 
Julian; the other 200 acs. adj. the above. 
550 acs. by patent to sd. Woodliffe 
dated Dec. 10, 1620, & the remainder 
by patent dated July 25, 1638. 

THOMAS EMERSON, 200 acs., up- 
on Western Br. of Nansamund River, 
adj. William Storey. Aug. 20, 1642, 
Page 789. Trans, of: Edmund Knight, 
John Ellis, Nicholas Emerson, John 
Ellis. 

GEORG SMITH, 100 acs. Accomack 
Co., Aug. 20, 1642, Page 789. Beg. at 
the land of Georg Traveller, N. N. E. 
along the seaboard side. Trans, of: 
Peter Talbott & John Collett. 

JOHN HARLOW, 200 acs. Accomack 
Co., Aug. 25, 1642, Page 790. At the 
head of old plantation cr., adj. his 
former devident & land of Capt. Wil- 
liam Roper. Trans, of: Stephen Harlow, 
Ann Harlow, Math. Pett, Wm. Car. 

JOSEPH ROYALL, 600 acs., (coun- 
ty not given) Aug. 20, 1642, Page 790. 
Bounding on the land of Edward Mad- 
den above Sherley hundred, N. & by E. 
on the river to Dockmans Cr., adj. 
Daniell Lewellin W. & by N. Trans, of 
12 pers.: Ralph Hexon, Thomas Sweft, 
Henry Smith, Katherine his wife, John 
Guilham, Martha Jacob, Nowell Hurim, 
Ann Cole, Stafford Barlow, Thomas 
Guilham. 

RICHARD HYNES, 200 acs. New 
Norf. Co., Dec. 16, 1640, Page 791. 
Upon W. branch of Nansamund Riv., 
adj. William Storey. Trans, of: Mari- 
nus Hynes, Sarah Hynes, Georg Erwin, 
William Garrett. 

JOHN TOWLSON, 450 acs. Acco- 
macke Co., Aug. 25, 1642, Page 791. 
Beg. at land of Elias Taylor. Trans, of 
9 pers.: John North, John Evans, Peter 
Higginson, Ann Harbard, JefTery Gaunt, 
Tho. Keye, Alice Baker, Margarett 
(blank) Symon Foscett. 



BARTHOLOMEW KNIPE, 100 acs. 
(county not given) Aug. 25, 1642, 
Page 792. W. N. W. upon land of 
Thomas Joanes, N. E. upon land of Mr. 
Wallis called Jouring point, & S. W. 
upon James River. Trans, of: John 
Wade & Thomas Hughes. 

ROBERT LAWRANCE, 100 acs. Isle 
of Wight Co., Aug. 25, 1642, Page 793. 
In Lawnes Cr., adj. his own and land of 
Mr. Tooke. Trans, of: James Long & 
Margerie Aldrige. 

ROBERT LAWRANCE, 200 acs. Isle 
of Wight Co., Aug. 25, 1642, Page 793. 
W. upon Lawnes Cr., adj. Mr. Harding 
& the Widdow Bennett's lands. Trans, 
of: Robert Lawrence, Eliza his wife, 
John Backwell, Edward Ison. 

HENRY BRADLEY, 450 acs. Up. 
Norf. Co., Aug. 25, 1642, Page 794. 
Lying S. E. upon Newtowne haven 
River, near John Jarrett (Garrett). By 
virtue of 2 former patents. 

JOHN WALTHAM, Junr., 300 acs. 
Accomack Co., Aug. 25, 1642, Page 
794. At Nuswattocks Cr., adj. Mr. 
Charleton, James Perrin & Elias Harl- 
tree. Trans, of: John Waltham, Senr., 
Thomas W^'att, Richard Powell, Thomas 
Jones, Henry Evans, William Atkins. 

WILLIAM MORGAN, alias Brooke 
(alias Jones), 50 acs. Eliz. City Co., 

Aug., 1642, Page 795. Adj. his 

first devident, near John Boules. Trans, 
of Arthur Hormebrooke. 

THOMAS CURTIS, 400 acs., Aug. 
15, 1642, Page 795. Lying in Mock- 
; ack bay, beg. at marked trees in Ware 
River, in Brownes bay dividing this 
from land of John Harris. Trans, of 8 
pers.: John Lether, John Roberts, James 
Berry, John Dyas, Tho. Peirce, Ellen 
Powell, Edward Marsam, John Jarre. 

WILLIAM WARREN, 650 acs. on 
the N. side of Charles River, Aug. 10, 
1642. Page 796. Trans, of 13 pers.: 
William Richards, Stephen Sandish, 
Tho. Paddison, Richard Powett, Wil- 
liam Hinde, Lock, Michaell 

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Hutchins, Ellen Fetherston, Oliver Gib- 
bons, Ann Grimes. 

RICHARD LEE, 1,000 acs. on the N. 
side of Charles River, called by the name 
of the Indian Spring, in Poropotanck 
Cr., along Francis Morgan's land. Due 
for his own per. adv., his wife Ann & 
John Francis, & by assignment from 
Thomas Hill, Florentine Paine & Wil- 
liam Freeman of their right for trans, of 
17 pers. Note: In addition to the 
above names, the following appear un- 
der this patent: Joane Pickering & Tho- 
mas Hackett. 150 acs. for the 3 first 
name assigned to Mr. Dixon. Page 797. 

ARTHUR PRICE, 1,000 acs. on the 
S. side of Peanckatancke River, adj. Wil- 
liam Hockaday, crossing mouth of 
Tankes Cheskeyock Cr. Trans, of 20 
pers., whose names are not given. 

WILLIAM BARNARD, 1,200 acs. 
Isle of Wight Co., Aug. 10, 1642, Page 
798. At the head of Lawnes Cr., along 
land of Robert Elye, Mr. Cooper and 
Robert Lawrance. Due for his owne 
per. adv. 4 times & trans, of 20 pers.: 
John Giles, William Wittington, Ed- 
ward Ricketts, Eliza. Frowme, John Sut- 
ton, William Smarlurt, Eliz. King, John 

, John Lawrance, Robert Lamb, 

Thomas , Eliz. Davis, Eliz. 

, John Hone (or Howe), John 

Morris, Tho. Sanderby, John Wesby, 
Francis Hickins, Richard Harris. 

ABRAHAM ENGLISH, 350 acs.', 
"Beginning at a point of land right 
against the mouth of Milford haven 
upon the S. W. side as you enter out of 
Chesipiacke bay," to a small cr. divid- 
ing this from land of Richard Bennet. 
Aug. 10, 1642, Page 799. Due for 
trans, of himself, wife & 5 pers.: John 

Temperance, Dennis C , James 

Stanks, Wm. . 

TOHN BAYLY, 700 acs., on the N. 
side of Charles River, beg. at Indian 
Quarter Cr. Due sd. Baylie by assign- 
ment from William Prior of his right 
to said land, for trans, of 14 pers.: 
William Peirce, Robert Fossett, Ann 
Cock, John Atter, Roger Arteine, Wil- 
liam Hopton, Walter Downes, Richard 



Adkins, Bar: Barnes, John Buck, Corn: 
Swilliams, Ann Powell, Stephen Sen: 
Antho. Gunston. Page 800. 

JOHN LYLLEY, 350 acs. on the S. 
W. side of Milford Haven, June 20, 
1642, Page 800. Being a neck of land, 
near land of Peter Rigby & Edward 
Peircifull. Trans, of himself, wife, & 

William , Thomas Stoole, John 

Leake, Eliza. , Ellen Browne. 

JOHN CONNYDON, 200 acs. in 
Pyankatanck Bay, July 1, 1642, Page 
801. Near land of William English, 
down the bay into the narrow or head 
of Milford Haven. Trans, of his wife 
& 3 pers. 

WILLIAM PRIOR, 1,300 acs. on the 
North side of Charles River, Aug. 10, 
1642, Page 802. On Priors Cr., near 
land of John Jones. Trans, of himself, 
twice, his wife, John Perrin, Grace 
, 5 Negroes, Joane Eartes, Rich- 
ard Errington, Gregory Bass, Michaell 
Sanders, W. Thorneton, Tho. Kings- 
well, Alex. Wike, Tho. Gumer, John 
Rutter, Wm. James, John Wood, Ed- 
ward Braydon, Wm. Johnson, Henry 
Goodgaine, Thomas Jervis, Robert 
Kingsbury. 

CAPT. WILLIAM LEIGH, 1,000 acs. 
North side of Charles River in Porepo- 

tanke Cr., Aug. , 1642, Page 802. 

Adj. Capt. Wormeleye. Trans, of him- 
self, his wife Mary, daughter Mary & 
14 pers. (Names not given.) 

JOHN MATRUM, 1,900 acs., called 
Matrums Mount, in Pyankatanke River, 
July 20, 1642, Page 803. Beg. at 
Materums Cr., towards the Gleab Cr., 
including a small island in a great bay 
on the N. side of Pyanketanke. Trans, 
of 38 pers. 

THOMAS MOORELAND, 100 acs. 
Yorke Co., Aug. 10, 1642, Page 803. 
Upon Capt. West's Cr., adj. William 
Sawyer. Due for adv. of himself & 
Christopher Browne to Chiskiacke the 
first year. 

THOMAS CURTIS, 700 acs. in Mob- 
jack Bay, Aug. 15, 1642, Page 804. 
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cr., near Thomas Sayes land. Trans, of 
14 pers. 

JOHN CARTER, 1,300 acs. in Rap- 
pahannock River, on Cosatomen Cr. now 
Carters Cr., Aug. 15, 1642, Page 804. 
Due by assignment from Capt. Daniell 
Gookins. 

PERREGRIN BLAND, 1,000 acs. on 
the N. side of Pyanketancke River, in- 
cluding 2 small islands that lye before 
the land in the river. Trans, of 20 
pers. Aug. 10, 1642, Page 805. 

ROBERT VAUS, Merchant, 1,200 
acs. in Poropotancke Cr., alias Fresh- 
water Cr., near land of Capt. Wormeley. 
Trans, of 24 pers. Aug. 10, 1642, Page 
806. 

HUGH GWIN, 1,000 acs. (part of 
record gone.) Aug. 10, 1642, Page 806. 
Due by order of Court dated Dec. 19, 
1635, for trans, of 20 pers. 

FRANCIS MORGAN, 1,00 Oacs. in 
Freshwater Cr., near Morgans Cr., Aug. 
10, 1642, Page 807. Trans, of 20 pers. 

THOMAS TROTTER, 500 acs. On 
N. side of Pyanketanke River. Aug. 10, 
1642, Page 807. Trans, of 10 pers. 

THOMAS SAY, 350 acs. in Mob- 
jecke Bay at a point called Sayes Point. 
Aug. 20, 1642, Page 808. Trans, of: 
Thomas Sa^ Henry Norman, Mathew 
Burras, Jon. Bullard, Charles Bater, 100 
acs. by assignment from Rendall. 

JOHN TERRY, 300 acs. in Ware 
River, at the mouth of a cr. dividing 
this from land of William Clarke. Aug. 
20, 1642, Page 808. Trans, of: William 
Oliver, Mary Oliver, Thomas Hobbs, 
Andrew Huntington, Lydia Huntington, 
Phillipp Heanes. 

JOHN MEAKES, 200 acs. in Mob- 
jacke Bay, on the S. side of the southern 
br. of Severne, Aug. 20, 1642, Page 809. 
Trans, of himself, Richard Carter, 
Robert Peircifull, Mathew Chapman. 

EDWARD WILLIAMS, 100 acs. on 
the N. side of Charles River, beg. on 



the W. bounds of John Jones' land & 
parallel to Mr. Prior, July 20, 1642, 
Page 809. Trans, of himself & 1 pers. 

JOHN JONES, 150 acs. on N. side 
of Charles River, bet. 2 creeks. July 
20, 1642, Page 810. Trans, of himself 
& 2 pers. 

JAMES WHITE & JOHN RICH- 
ERDSON (Richeson), 200 acs. in Mob- 
jecke Bay, on the N. side of the north- 
ermost br. of Severne where Stillwells 
land ends. Aug. 15, 1642, Page 810. 
Trans, of 4 pers. 

PETER RIGBY, 450 acs. in Milford 
Haven, beg. at Rigby Point, running 
S. S. W. parallel to Lilleys Cr. Aug. 16, 
1642, Page 811. Due by assignment 
from John Story & Thomas Jolly of 
their right of land for trans, of 9 pers.: 
John Harper, Tho. & Christopher Ad- 
kin, Robert Hopkins, James Winders, 
John Pollard, Geo. Packman, John 
Batho, Eliz. Starr. 

WILLIAM HOCKADAY, 1,100 acs. 
on the S. side of Pyanketancke River, 
beg. at a cr. called Hockadays Harbour. 
Aug. 11, 1642, Page 811. 350 acs. due 
by assignment & for trans, of himself 
& 11 pers. 

WILLIAM IRELAND & ROBERT 
WALLIS, 700 acs. Yorke Co., July 13, 
1642, Page 812. At the head of St. 
Andrews Creek, N. E. upon Joseph 
Croshaw & Richard Maior. Trans, of: 
Rebecca, wife of Robert Wallis, Eman- 
uella a Negroe, Thomas Acone, James 
Newsum, John Hopkins, Francis Stee, 
Robert James, Nicho. Offley, Thomas 
Kichley, Richard Robinson, Thomas 
Dyos, Barbara Miles, Robert Miles, 
Junr. 

GEORG BRAITHWAITE & THO- 
MAS PYKE, 750 acs. James City Co., 
last of August 1642, Page 812. On the 
S. side of Chichominy River. Due by 
assignment from Edward Oliver. 

JOHN HARTWELL, 50 acs. Yorke 
Co., Au£. 25, 1642, Page 813. On the 
Bryery Swamp, adj. Samuell Watkins. 
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JOHN DANCEY, 700 acs. Aug. 19, 
1642, Page 813. Adj. land of Theo- 
dorett Moyses. Formerly granted sd. 
Dancy & Edmond Morecroft May 20, 
1638 and now due sd. Dancy by the 
death of sd. Morecroft. 

THOMAS RANSHA, 300 acs. War- 
wick Co., Aug. 25, 1642, Page 813. 
Being a neck of land called Harwoods 
Neck, butting upon the Deepe Cr., near 
land of William Coxe, to Stokes Cr. 
dividing this from land of Christopher 
Boyce. 150 acs. due by purchase of 
patent from John Jarrett & the other 
for trans, of: Richard Puse, Georg Sut- 
ton, Michaell Slowly. 

CAPT. SAMUELL MATHEWES,' 
3,000 acs. Warwick Co., Aug. 20, 1642, 
Page 814. Bounded on N. with Pottash 
quarter Cr., adj. Christopher Boyce. 
Trans, of: Robert Williams, Mathew 
Jennings, Rog. Williams, Jon. Jones, 
Jon. Lewis, Jon. Thomas, Hen. Jones, 
Wm. Salsbury, Wm. Edwards, Nich. 
Bushell, Morris Loyd, Sam. Preston, 
Aron Conway, Samll. Edwards, William 
Sutton, Samll. Davis, Robt. Chappell, 
Wm. Parry, Nich. Digwell, Tho. Evans, 
Senr., Rich. Hublard, Howell Jones, 
Phillipp White, Thomas Shelley, Rich- 
ard Peacock, Corn. Williams, Robert 
Wright, Eliza. , Richard Wil- 
liams, John Hubberd, Rich. Thomas, 
Nich. Martin, Jon. Westake, Nich. 
Lingford, Gilbert Symons, Wm. Rood, 
Georg Jordan, Wm. Browne, Dorothy 

CrafTord, Robert Wood, Roger , 

Wm. Cleveden, Eliz. Falston, Wm. 
Kingsley, Eliz. Button, Hen. Semaster, 
Wm. King, Hugh Orchard, Thomas 
Jones, Walter Holberton, John Bam- 
forth, Hamlett, Haw, Ton. Hollis, Tho. 
Auer, Robert Okeley, Wm. Urwin, Tho. 
Cooper, Jon. Bersey, Hen. Witcher, Jon. 
Reeves, Allen Morggon. 

f 

CAPT. SAMUELL MATHEWES, 200 
acs. Aug. 20, 1642, Page 815. Beg. at 
Munie Point, near land of Francis Rice 
& Robert Draper. Trans, of: John 
Mercer, James Rosse, Jon. Harris, Jon. 
HollefTe. 

EDWARD TUNSTALL, 150 acs. 
Henrico Co., Aug. 10, 1642, Page 815. 



Bounded S. upon the falls of Appa- 
mattucks River. Due by former patent. 

LIEUT. FRANCIS MASON, 1,250 
acs. Last of August, 1642, Page 816. 
Beg. at Hoggpen Point, near land of 
Capt. Thomas Willoughbye, "near the 
howse of Marrace" & adj. his own land. 
Trans, of: Francis Mason, Mary Mason 
his wife, Ann Mason, Alice Gany, Mar- 
gery Gun, Tho. Walters, Merra Wil- 
low, Marke Lineer, Antho. Ribone, Jon. 
Johnson, Marke Provose, Jon. Kings- 
bury, Nich. Knowles, James Rabbish, 
Elias Harris, Richd. Martin, John Midle- 
ton, Alice Jenkins, Richd. Morris, 
Woodham Tuck, Hen. Jackson, Jon. 
Shaw, Edward Wheeler, Jon. Arris, 
Robert Hall. 

HENRY BRADLEY, 250 acs. Up. 
New Norf., Sept. 2, 1642, Page 816. 
Upon New Towne haven river, above 
Georg Salsbury, adj. his own patent 
land. 100 acs. by assignment of patent 
from John Wickcliffe, & the other 150 
acs. for trans, of: Henry Bradley, Wil- 
liam Neale, John Felton. 

EDMUND SCARBURGH, 350 acs. 
Accomacke Co., Aug. 25, 1642, page 

817. Adj. his own & land lately be- 
longing to John Neale. Due for trans, 
of: Jon. Truitt, Hugh Standy, Rich. Enn- 
good, Jon. Dolby, Jesper Morte, Jon. 
Crew, Jon. Booth. 

GEORG CHOWNING, 600 acs. Up. 
New Norf. Co., Aug. 28, 1642, Page 

818. Upon the W. br. of Nansamund 
River, along land of Francis Maulden 
& Thomas Brice. 500 acs. by assign- 
ment from Georg Ludlow & 100 acs. for 
trans, of: William Amy & Maudlin 
Bennett. 

JOHN SMITH, 670 acs. James Citty 
Co., June 16, 1642, Page 818. Near 
the Upper Chippokes, adj. land of 
Henry White. Trans, of: John Smith 
& his 3 wives: Eliza., Alice & Sarah, 
Anne Lyke, Rebecca Francis, Georg Lug- 
gett, Wm. Boone, John Price, Wm. 
Miles, Jon. Williams. 

STEPHEN GILL, 1,000 acs. "at the 
head of Rosewell Creeke at a point 



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called peach point where Mr. Menifies 
land ends," Apr. 24, 1642, Page 819. 
Trans, of: John Dawson, John Cham- 
bers, Jon. Mills, Jon. Hunter, Eliz. 
Maior, Edward Fisher, Jon. Grunsdish, 
Thomas Kembell, Hen. Shonelock, Jon. 
Cartright, Hen. Huntley, Jon. Bening- 
ton, Wm. Cappell, Rich. Wade, Jon. 
Herring, William Smithell, Jon. Trol- 
lock, Rich. Burgeyny, Jon. Shutleworth, 
Hen. Smithfeild. 

WILLIAM LAWSON, 491 acs. Isle 
of Wight Co., Aug. 25, 1642, Page 820. 
Bounded on W. with Lawnes Cr., E. 
& N. by James River & S. by land of 
Mr. Tooke. Trans, of: Michaell Billin, 
Jon. Dix, Jon. Tomlin, James Greene, 
Jon. Adams, John Parker, Mary Smith, 

Tho. , Jon. Damson, Peter 

Greene. 

JOHN STOCKER, 200 acs., Isle of 
Wight Co., June 19, 1642, Page 820. 
Known by the name of Hoggpen Neck, 
adj. Mr. Hardinge & land of Widdow 
Bennett. Trans, of: Francis Carpenter, 
Hen. Johnsons, twice, Mary Johnson. 

EPAPHRODITUS LAWSON, 1,400 
acs. Up. Norf. Co., Feb. 15, 1642, Page 

822. Upon New Towne haven River, 
running N. W. by a bay side called 
Mount Lawson, adj. More Fontleroy & 
near John Lewin. 450 acs. by assign- 
ment from Bartholomew Hoskins, Admr. 
of John Bridges, 300 by 2 former 
patents, & 650 for trans, of: Epaphrodi- 
tus Lawson, William Lawson, Lettice 
Lawson, Jon. Palmer, Abraham Moone, 
Robert Arden, Neale Fee, Jon. Crick- 
lock, Neale Billahea, Rowland Lawson, 
Wm. Harper, Peter Taylor. 

JOHN HOLLOWAY, 1,300 acs. 
Northampton Co., Oct. 7, 1642, Page 

823. At Hungars Cr., beg. at the old 
man's neck, near Capt. William Stone 
& William Jones. 300 acs. by assign- 
ment from Nathaniell Eaton, Clerke, due 
sd. Eaton by right of intermarriage with 
the widdowe of William Cotton, Clerke ; 
300 acs. by assignment from Thomas 
Smith & 100 by assignment from Rich- 
ard Smith. The remainder due by a 
former patent. 



HUMPHRY TABB, 100 acs. Eliz. 
Citty Co., June 19, 1642, Page 824. 
Upon Harris' Cr. Due for his per. adv. 
& trans, of: Andrew Powlter. 

WILLIAM ENGLISH, 100 acs. in 
Peankatanck Baye, near land of John 
Conden & Mr. Barland. Trans, of: 
Henry Williams & Joane English. 

HUMPHRY TABB, 150 acs. Eliz. 
Citty Co., Jan. 6, 1642, Page 825. Adj. 
land of Dr. Calvert, bounding on Point 
Comfort Cr., & land of David Poole. 
Trans, of: Robert Franke, Eliza. Wood- 
bridge, Gyles Sallett. 

NICHOLAS STILLWELL, 200 acs. 
Charles River Co., Oct. 8, 1642, Page 
826. On Frosbury Cr., a br. of Severne, 
near Richard Burtes land. Trans, of 4 
pers. 

WILLIAM TYMAN, 100 acs. Char- 
les River Co., Oct. 8, 1642, Page 826. 
Near Richard Bennett's land. Trans, of: 
William Tyman & Sarah, his wife. 

JOHN BEALE, 400 acs. on the N. 
side of Charles River. Oct. 10, 1642, 
Page 827. 200 acs. by assignment from 
Thomas Jefferyes, 100 from Thomas 
Deacon, 50 acs. from Thomas Ramsey 
& 50 from Francis Wheeler. The fol- 
lowing names appear under this patent: 
Mar^arett Robinson, John Willshaw, 
Tho. Jeffers, Morgan Bryan, John 
Mason, Jon. Chapman, Eliza. Ramsey, 
Francis Wheeler. 

BERTRAM HOBERT, 650 acs. upon 
the N. side of Charles River, in Pean- 
petanke Creek, near land of Mr. Vaus. 
Due for trans, of: Bertram Hobert, 
himselfe twice, Sarah his wife, Francis 
Pepper. Francis, Negro, Tho. Austin, 
his wife & 2 children, John Tredescant, 
Jon. Eyres, Edward Goldborne, Tho. 
Bawcocke. 

ABRAHAM TURNER, 200 acs. in 
Mock Jack Bay, N. E. side of Ware 
River, adj. William Debnam, Richard 
Creedle & Turners Cr. 100 acs. for the 
per. adv. of himself, twice, Robert Carde 
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WILLIAM CANNHOE, Clerke, 400 
acs, Upon N. side of Charles River, in 
Peanckatancke Cr., near Mr. Oberts land. 
Trans, of: Reynold Jones, William Lock, 
John Haddy, Morgan Floreday, William 
Woodhowse, Edward Blew, Capp Han- 
na a Negro, Christ. Kickett. 

ELLIS RICHARDSON, 150 acs. 
Yorke Co., in the Parish of Hampton, 
Oct. 13, 1642, Page 829. Upon a br. 
of Capt. West's Cr., Trans, of: William 
Price, Tho. Burbage, Tho. Griffin. 

RICHARD BENNETT, 100 acs., up- 
on the second cr. of Milford Haven, 
adj. Abraham English. Due by assign- 
ment from Edward Maulson, who trans. 
John Hales & John Binsteed. 

THOMAS SYMMONS, 350 acs. at 
the mouth of a small cr. of the North 
river in Mockjack baye, near Georg Le- 
Vitt., Oct. 10, 1642, Page 830. Due by 
assignment from Thomas Kerbye & 
Joheph Moore, to whim it was due for 
trans, of: John Edden, Peter Baytes, 
Ellin Audry, Jilbert Reynolds, William 
Richards, Joseph Moore, Barbary Chap- 



DICTORIS CHRISTMAS & FRAN- 
CIS SMITH, 300 acs., beg. at a small 
cr. called Smithes Cr., which issues out 
of St. Michaells, Oct. 10, 1642, Page 
831. Due for trans, of: Dictoris Christ- 
mas & Izabell his wife, William Thom- 
son, Carrington Banton, Francis Smith, 
Joane Glanfeild. 

ROGER SYMMONS, 250 acs. in the 
first river of Mockjack baye, called 
Severne, where the said river divides it- 
self into twoe branches, including this 
Neck of Land called the Eagles Nest. 
Oct. 19, 1642, Page 831. Trans, of: 
Thomas Todd, Richard Cooper, James 
Sherborne, Robert George, Thomas 
Sadler. 

THOMAS RAY, 300 acs., adj. Roger 
Symmons, on a br. of Severne., Oct. 13, 
1642, Page 832. Trans, of himself, 
wife, & William Scott, John Barnes, 
Darby Rav, John May. 

JOHN ROBINS, 2,000 acs. in Mock- 
jack Baye, extending to the mouth of 



Ware River, up the Severne to Lucus' 
Cr. Oct. 12, 1642, Page 833. 1,000 acs. 
by assignment from Capt. William Bro- 
cas, to whom sd. land was assigned by 
Argoll Yeardly, & 1,000 acs. for trans, 
of: William Jones, David Raddish, 
Thomas Horner, John Ondale, James 
Kenney, Francis Huett, Peter Roberts, 
Richard Love, Henry Gillingham, Jane 
Harris, Dyan Holleney, Lyonell Holley, 
Willi. Loftis, Robert Davis, Samll. 
Creame, Tho. Jenkins, Abraham Har- 

mata, Thomas , Robert Basker- 

vile, Georg Brocas. 

ADAM THORROGOOD, 400 acs. at 
the head of Samuell Bennetts Creek, N. 
upon land of John Langfeild, & E. up- 
on the aforesd. cr. which runneth out of 
Chisopeiacke alias lynn haven river. 
Oct. 19, 1642, Page 833. Formerly 
granted unto Capt. Adam Thorrogood 
June 8, 1639 & now due sd. Thorro- 
good his son by descent. 

CAPT. HUMPHRY HIGGENSON, 

320 acs., at the mouth of Tutties Neck., 
Oct. 18, 1642, Page 834. Trans, of: 
Anthony Williamson, Tho. Williams, 
Benj. Lawrance, Richard Turfry, Ann 
Freeman, Geo. Waters, Andrew Leake. 

HENRY POOLE, 116 acs. Eliz. City 
Co., Oct. 17, 1642, Page 834. Bounded 
on the W. by Hampton River, S. by the 
Gleab Land & N. by land of Henry 
Coleman. Formerly lease land but by 
order of June 17, 1642 granted to be 
held by patent & due sd. Poole for 
trans, of 3 pers. 

WILLIAM HAYWARD, 780 acs. In 
Appamattucke River. 650 acs. border- 
ing E. upon sd. river, W. upon the 
main land, S. upon Appamattucke 
Towne & N. upon Swift Cr. The resi- 
due being marsh before the plantation 
of sd. Hay ward & commonly called the 
Conjurers Feild, beg. where land of Mr. 
John Baugh endeth. Oct. 16, 1642, 
Page 835. Swift Cr. parts this from 
land formerly belonging to Samuell 
Sharp. 650 acs. due by deed of sale 
from Charles Magnor, Feb. 8, 1634, to 
whom it was granted Dec. 1, 1620. 
100 acs. for the per. adv. of himself, 
wife Ellin & trans, of 1 pers. 



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HENRY COLEMAN, 104 acs. Eliz. 
City Co., Oct. 17, 1642, Page 836. 
Bounded W. upon Hampton River, S. 
by Henry Poole & N. by land of Robert 
Speed. Formerly lease land. Due for 
trans, of: Robert Peltriman & William 
Knight. 

THOMAS OSBORNE, 400 acs., 
Henrico Co., at the head of Coxendale, 
Aug. 20, 1642, Page 836. Bounded W. 
N. W. upon Christopher Branch's land, 
N. N. E. upon Mr. Osborne's land 
called Fearing, & S. S. W. into the 
woods. Being 200 po. in breadth from 
the head of Proctors Cr. towards the 
land called Mount my Lady, and a full 
mile into the woods. Trans, of: Rich. 
Cock, Wm. Dixon, Christ. Pack, Jon. 
Bagly, Robt. Stanton, Tho. Waldron, 
Jon. Rush, Francis Quash. 

CAPT. JOSEPH JOHNSON, 567 acs. 
Charles City Co., Sept. 14, 1642, Page 
837. Its breadth being from the howse 
of Richard Williams unto the howse of 
Thomas East. Due sd. Johnson for his 
fourth part of the Merchants land as by 
order dated March 23, 1642. 

JOHN BENTON, 1,250 acs., about 
15 mi. up the Southward side of Rappa- 
hacok River, Oct. 13, 1642, Page 837. 
400 acs. by assignment from Samuell 
Davis, & the residue for trans, of him- 
self, wife Eliza. Samll. Davis, Junr., 
Jon. Davis, David Ellis, David Rice, 
Jon. Dreaton, Jon. Cox, Jon. Benton, 
Joane his wife, Jon. Benton, Isabel! 
Benton, Alice Benton, Rich. Jrey, Robt. 
Thomas, Wm. Barnard, Abraham Coate, 
Abigail Benton, Geo. Hargas, Tho. 
Craven, on. Gerey, Ralph Tatum, Tho. 
Hughes, Georg Gumer, Jon. Wells. 

JOHN GRINETT, 140 acs., Up. 
Norf. Co., Oct. 10, 1642, Page 838. 
Upon the S. W. side of the N. W. br. 
of Nanzamund Riv., adj. William Story. 
Due by assignment from Thomas Hill, 
to whom it was due for trans, of 3 pers. 

ABRAHAM WOOD, 700 acs. Henri- 
co Co., Oct. 20, 1642, Page 839. E. 
upon Sizemores Cr., running towards 
Henrico river Northerly & the S. side 
butting upon Appamattocke River, 



which includes 400 acs. The remainder 
lying within the county aforesaid, W. 
upon land of John Zouch, upon the N. 
side of Appamattocke river & upon the 
great rock at the W. end of Kenecock 
Swamp. 600 acs. due by 2 former 
patents in his name & 100 acs. for trans, 
of: Richard Lide & Thomas Griffin. 

TYMOTHY FENN, 300 acs. Isle of 
Wight Co., Oct. 10, 1642, Page 840. 
Beg. at a cr. on Charles Barcroft's land. 
200 acs. by assignment from Symon 
Cammock, to whom it was due for the 
per. adv. of himself, Mary Camock his 
daughter & 2 pers. The other 100 acs. 
due sd. Fenn for trans, of 2 pers.: Ed- 
ward Dale, Robert Oran, Bryan Abbott, 
Wm. Dracott. 

THOMAS LOVEING, 700 acs. 
James City Co., Oct. 10, 1642, Page 
840. Beg. at the Greene Sw. near Georg 
Holmes' land & Silvester Totman. This 
tract contains 664 acs., of which 150 
belongs to Reynold Jones. 180 acs. more 
in the same location. Sd. land due for 
trans, of: Thomas Rosse, William Spen- 
cer, Jon. Reeves, Richard Knott, Arthur 
Saylor (or Taylor) Robert Alexander, 
Clement Cannaday, Ann Mike, Jon. 
Evans, Arthur Bodely, Rebecca Palmer, 
Robert Poole, Michaell Fletcher, Tho- 
mas Baulke. 

t 

HENRY BALLARD, 50 acs. War- 
wicke Co., Oct. 31, 1642, Page 841. 
Parallel to Jerrance Stephens Land. 
Trans, of Georg. Murcocke. 

JOHN DAVIS, 200 acs. Henrico Co.,' 
last of Oct. 1642, Page 842. Adj. his 
former patent called the Longfeild, ex- 
tending towards land of Cornelius de 
Hull. Due for trans, of his wife Mary 
Davis, Jon. Devall, Jon. Talbott, Jon. 
Cox. 

CORNELIUS de HULL, 502 acs. 
known as Liley Valley, beg. next to 
Mrs. Edlos Swamp, near his own land 
& E. upon John Davis. 250 acs. of this 
land was granted to William Cox in 
1637. Trans, of: Thomas Blackston, 
Richard Bird, Richard Hewes, James 
Dupen, Mary Howtree, Jon. Dodd, 
Robert Hayes, Samll. Waterhowse, Wal- 



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ter Jones, Win. Thomas. Oct. 31, 1642, 
Page 843. 

FRANCIS BARRETT, 600 acs. in 
Chichahominy River, adj. John Robins, 
passing through a runn of water and 
certain Indian feilds near unto Fowlers 
Shambles alias the ridge, near land of 
Robert Freeman. Due by former patent. 
Oct. 29, 1642, Page 843. 

THOMAS PLUMMER, 207 acs., Oct. 

28, 1642, Page 843. Bounding N. N. 
E. upon land of Edward Colles, E. S. E. 
upon Adam Cookes & S. S. W. upon 
land of Edward Prince. Trans, of: 
Elizabeth Hatchett, Henry Bodney, 
Humphry Harwood, Mary Turner. 

RICHARD MORGAN, 200 acs. 
Charles Countie, Oct. 28, 1642, Page 
844. N. upon land of Thomas Wheeler 
at the head of Powells Cr., Swd. unto 
the old Towne, Ewd. the upper part of 
Mr. Boyce's land & W. on the head of 
Samuell Walkers land. Trans, of: John 
Baker, John Paine, Richard Morgan, 
Elias Barton. 

JOHN RESBURY, 150 acs. lying in 
Wards Cr. near the Mill, E. on Cross 
Cr. dividing same from land of John 
Freeman, E. S. E. on the cr. over against 
John Reddish & S. S. W. on Edward 
Collynes land. Trans, of: William Saw- 
yer, Lewis Mills, Hen. Bembridge. Oct. 

29, 1642, Page 844. 

DANIELL LEWELLYN, 856 acs., the 
Northermost part beg. above Mrs. Hey- 
man, N. on upper branches of Turkey 
Island Cr. & S. on the head of Mr. 
Astons land. The Southermost part ex- 
tending on Mr. Aston & W. upon 
Joseph Royall bet. Dockmans Cr. & 
Sherly hundred. Trans, of: Michaell 
Peacock Charles Edgar, Tho. Morgan, 
James Foster, Robert Hopps, Tego 
Frayle, Hen. Hitchcox, Robert Ward, 
Tho. Richardson, Tho. Taylor, Marke 
Cheton, Mary Davis, John Talbott, John 
Devall, Robert Hallome, Francis Hal- 
lome, Eliza. Jackson. Page 845. Oct. 
27, 1642. 

CAPT. ROBERT HUTCHINSON, 

475 acs. James City Co., Nov. 2, 1642, 



Page 846. Within Chichahominy Riv., 
adj. Georg Vinwyn (Unwin), and part 
upon Checkroes Cr., 350 acs. by pur- 
chase from Thomas Paule & 125 acs. 
from sd. George Unwyn. 

ADAM COOKE, 1,000 acs. Charles 
Co., Nov. 5, 1642, Page 846. At the 
head of Wards Cr., adj. William Havett. 
Trans, of: William Mosely, Richard 
Tye, Jon. Newman, Jon. Drew, Eliz. 
Wilsonn, Chrst. Judd, Eliza. Judd, Wm. 
Russe, Tho. Jones, Charles Adwell, Bar- 
thol. Millen, John Haward, Samll. 
Smith, Edward Braugh, Tho. Child, 
Hen. Smith, Richard Maye, Edmond 
Wells, Robert Maior, Tho. Peake. 

CAPT. DANIELL GOOKIN, 1,400 
acs. upon North side of Rappahannock 
River, Nov. 4, 1642, Page 847. Trans, 
of 28 pers. 

Assignment of the above to Capt. 
Thomas Burbage, Apr. 6, 1648. Wit- 
nesses: Jon. Stephens & Jon. Browne. 

Memo.: 900 acs. of the foregoing is 
due sd. Gookins by assignment from sd. 
Burbage for the persons mentioned: 
William Wildy, Christ. Vaughan, Jon. 
Morgan, Ferdinand Heath, Margarett 
Davis, Tho. Beede, William Paine, 
Roger Wilcox, Eliza. Brooke, Tho. Rin- 
gall, Robert Mason, Rich. Browne, Mar- 
sey Lammore, Robert Broward, William 
Webb, James Perkins, Jon. Maddison, 
Tho. Perkins, himself (Daniell Goo- 
kins) twice, Mrs. Mary Gookins, Samll. 
Gookins, Thomas Warren, William 
Shepperd, Edward Cooke, Mary Codne, 
John Bright, & Jacob a Negro. 

JOHN VALLENTINE, 119 acs. Isle 
of Wight Co., Nov. 7, 1642, Page 848. 
Lying before the ragged Islands com- 
monly known by the name of the Long 
ponds, beg. at the main river side, adj 
John Seaward & William Eyres. By 
assignment from James Arthurs & due 
sd. Arthurs for trans, of: James Arthurs, 
Christ. Arthurs, Alice Arthurs. 

JOHN VALLENTINE, 50 acs. Isle 
of Wight Co., Nov. 7, 1642, Page 849. 
By assignment from James Arthurs, who 
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RICHARD BENNETT, one of the 
Councell of State, 2,000 acs. about 35 
mi. up the S. side of Rappahannock 
River. Nov. 4, 1642, Page 849. Trans, 
of 40 pers., of whom the following are 
mentioned: Phillipp Hyde, Hen. Bur- 

chell, William Margarett Robert 

(there is no punctuation to indicate 
whether these last three names refer to 
two or three individuals) Richard Clif- 
ton, Wm. Maston, Wm. Archer, 

Utye, Mary Utye, Richard Rasall, Leo- 
nard Bright. 

WILLIAM DURANT, 800 acs. in 
.Rappa. River, about 35 mi. up the S. 
side thereof. Nov. 4, 1642, Page 850. 
Trans, of 16 pers.: William Tilcock, 
Francis Taverne, Peter Thunder, Mich- 
aell Wilcox, Eliza. Harris, Eliza. Tre- 
vell, Ann Playstow, Senr., Ann Play- 
stowe, Junr., Elianor Baxter, Grace Wil- 
cox, Joane Cullin, James Feild, Jon. 
Richards, John Corde, Robert Perkins, 
Jon. Ramsden. 

JOHN HARLOWE, 200 acs. North- 
ampton Co., Nov. 10, 1642, Page 851. 
Being a neck of land, adj. land late in 
the possession of Rowland Reyne, Capt. 
William Roper & Old Plantation Cr. 
Due by assignment from John Corker, 
to who it was due for trans, of: John 
Plummer, Hen. Carleton, John Hinton, 
John Daniell. 

STEPHEN WEBB, 500 acs. James 
City Co., Nov. 10, 1642, Page 851. At 
a place called the Lower Chippokes, to- 
wards land of William Carter. 400 acs. 
by 2 former patent & 100 for trans, of 
2 pers. 

CHRISTOPHER KIRKE, 400 acs. 
Northampton Co., lately called Acco- 
mack Co., Nov. 11, 1642, Page 852. 
Beg. on the S. side of Penninoe Cr. 
By assignment from Thomas Savage, to 
whom it was assigned by Edmund Scar- 
burgh, to whom it was granted by patent 
in 1638. 

JOHN FITCHETT, 32 acs. in Pasby- 
hayes, James City Co., Nov. 11, 1642, 
Page 853. Adj. land of Richard Brookes 
& Capt. Robert Hutchinson. 21 yr. 
lease. Due by virtue of an Act of Court, 
Feb. 7, 1638. 



JOHN EWENS, Junr., 460 acs. 
Charles City Co., Nov. 10, 1642, Page 
854. In Appamattocks now called Bris- 
tal, bounding N. N. E. upon William 
Sanders, W. N. W. upon the river over 
against Thomas Causey & S. S. W. up- 
on Thomas Pitt. 100 acs. for the per. 
adv. of his father John Ewens & Ann, 
his wife, & trans, of: John Reeves, 
Christo. Robinson, Mannering Raw- 
boord, Georg Cater, Richard Greene, 
Rachell Evans, Thomas Strowd, Richard 
Watts. 

JAMES PEREENE, 400 acs. North- 
ampton Co., Nov. 14, 1642, Page 854. 
At Naswattocks Cr., beg. at the E. side 
of the land of John Waltham, adj Rich- 
ard Jacob. Trans, of 8 pers. 

STEPHEN WEBB, 128 acs. James 
City Co., Nov. 14, 1642, Page 855. 
Upon Lower Chippokes Cr., called by 
the Indian natives Potoback, & adj. 
Georg Powell. Trans, of: Thomas 
Glight, Foulke Jones, Georg Donnings. 

JOHN STYLES, 200 acs. Isle of 
Wight Co., Nov. 17, 1642, Page 855. 
In Warresquicke, adj. Henry Heardes. 
50 acs. by assignment from John White 
& 150 acs. for trans, of: Thomas Bad- 
ley, Humphrey West, Thomas Gardiner. 

STEPHEN HAMBLYN, 400 acs. 
Yorke Co., Nov. 17, 1642, Page 856. 
At the head of Queens Cr., upon the W. 
side of the Mill Swamp, parallel to his 
old devident & land of Capt. Popeley. 
Trans, of: Richard Oliver, Benj. Pillard, 
Ambrose Bewly, Jon. Harrison, Tho. 
Buller, Tho. Hynde, Sarah Bennett, 
Robert Tarbooke. 

LUCE WEBSTER, 250 acs. Yorke 
Co., Nov. 19, 1642, Page 857. In the 
parish of Hampton, adj. land formerly 
taken up by David Mansell for use of 
the sd. Luce Webster & Christopher 
Abbott. Trans, of 5 pers. by her father, 
Roger Webster: Edward Spach, Stephen 
, Susan Webster, Tho. Webster. 

FRANCIS ENGLAND, 746 acs. Isle 
of Wight Co., June 20, 1642, Page 857. 
Adj. Capt. Peirce. 6rans. of: Robert 
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Webb, Sarah England, Jon. Lippett, Jon. 
Sykes, Robert Davis, Hugh Brent, Ed- 
ward Palmer, Jon. Acton, Thomas Cog- 
gin, James Piland, Alexandra his wife. 

JOHN SWEETE, 650 acs. (Isle of 
Wight Co.) Nov. 11, 1642, Page 858, 
Adj. Mr. Cooper. Trans, of: Alexan- 
dria Piland, Joane Piland, John Barrow, 
William White, Richard Gisfry, Israeli 
Andrews, John Marshall, William 
Henes, himselfe and his wife, Charles 
Deratt, Randall Clarke, John Berry. 

WALTER CHILES, 613 acs. Charles 
City Co., Oct. 20, 1642, Page 859. At 
Appamattocke River, beg. at the up- 
ward bounds of Mr. Tunstalls land & 
adj. William Sanders. Due by virtue of 
a former patent & trans, of: William 
Webb, Stephen Gerris, Jon. Kimberlin, 
Ann Potery. 

GEORG HARDING, 300 acs. upon 
the Eastermost side of Lawnes Creek, 
adj. Mr. Tuke & Alice Bennett. June 
10, 1642, Page 859, Trans, of: Him- 
selfe, Thomas Sabin, Thomas Hardy, 
Georg Netlefeild, James Strong, Jon. 
Laith. 

HENRY HIRD, 350 acs. Isle of 
Wight Co., (no date) Page 860. Trans, 
of 7 pers. (Record incomplete.) 

JOHN MOONE, 2,250 acs. Isle of 
Wight Co., Nov. 20, 1642, Page 860. 
Between Pagan Cr. & the Back Bay Cr., 
near land of Thomas Davis, John Spack- 
man, & Capt. John Upton. 2,050 acs. 
by several former patents & 200 acs. for 
trans, of: Francis Balding, Evan Jones, 
George Tyson, Clement Lattimore. 

THOMAS BAGWELL, 600 acs. 
Charles City Co., Nov. 11, 1642, Page 
861. W. upon land of Capt. Harris, E. 
upon John Freeme towards Wards Cr., 
& N. on Sergt. Richard Morgan & 
branches of Powells Cr. Trans, of 12 
pers.: Katherine Crosse, Tho. Richard- 
son, Rich. Balistocke, Tho. Butler, Benj. 
Wragg, Phillipp Silvester, Charles 
Nimfe, William Butcher, James Arthur, 
Beves Balver, Henry Tame, John Badge. 

JOHN PRATT, 298 acs. Henrico Co., 
Nov. 10, 1642, Page 862. Adj. N. E. 



upon Edward Hill's land & S. W. upon 
Christopher Woodward. Trans, of: John 
Butler, Richard Hues, Tho. Reymond, 
John Jolly, Giles Right, Jon. Welling- 
worth. 

EDWARD HARRISON, 550 acs. in 
Rappahannock. Record incomplete. 

JOHN KING, 300 acs. on the S. side 
of Charles River, upon Putanak Cr. Dec. 
10, 1642, Page 863. Trans, of: Ann 
his wife, Katherine Kallaway, Thomas 
Clary, Phillipp Wade, Alice Smith, 
Alice Cooke. 

GEORG BUSSE, 400 acs. at the head 
of Lawnes Cr., beg. at William Tro- 
lodgers, parallel to John Pauley & Wil- 
liam Trolodore. Dec. 23, 1642, Page 
863. Trans, of: Lydia his wife, 2 times, 
Richard Collett, Robert Rigby, John 
Bell, William Mascall, John Shaw, John 
Evans. 

THOMAS GUYER, son & heir of 
Capt. Robert Guyer, 650 acs. at the 
mouth of Lawnes Cr., near John Snel- 
letts fSuellett) howse. Dec. 22, 1642, 
Page 863. Trans, of: William Paine, 
John Willis, Elianor Salle, Kather. 
King, Wm. Booth, Jon. Ronston, Robert 

Taylor, Jon. Clay, Richard , Cat- 

talina a Negro, John Loyd, Alice 
Sprouse. 

WILLIAM TUCKER, 250 acs. Up. 
Norf. Co., Feb. 6, 1642, Page 864. Up- 
on Wd. side of the Southern br. of 
Nansimund Riv., adj. Thomas Hampton, 
Clerke. 

WILLIAM BROOKES, 300 acs. Up. 
Co. New Norf., Jan. 6, 1642, Page 865. 
Upon the Wd. side of the Southern br. 
of Nansamund River, beg. opposite land 
of Thomas Dew & adj. Thomas Hamp- 



HUGH GWYN, 1,700 acs. near the 
mouth of Pyankatanke River. 200 acs. 
upon Chisopeiake Bay, extending up 
Milford Havey Bay, to the narrow, 
bounded by a great bay called Sten- 
graby. Trans, of: Christo. Higginson, 
twice, William Parker, Francis Cham- 
bers, Rich. Bennett, Mrs. Ann Gwyn, 
Tho. Taylor, Jon. Knight, twice, Rich. 



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Ingram, James Haire, Jon. Mills, Jon. 
Bradly, Sarah Allison, Tony a Negroe, 
Nich. Reynolds, Antho. Carr, David 
Jenkin, Ashwell Bird, Arundell Parris, 
Allen Luddington, Nich. Gibson, Rich- 
ard Kirby, Wm. Loyd, Hugh Gwyn, 
Tho. Dodd, Jon. Averry, Hen. Thacker, 
Nath. Webster, Hen. Crosby, Howell 
Powell, William Deane, Eliza. Higgin- 
son, Margarett Bivins, Isabell Richerson, 
Tho. Hartley, Nicholas Jones alias 
Bonds. Jon. 17, 1642, Page 865. 

EDMOND DAWBER, 2,400 acs. beg. 
on the S. side of a creek in the Norther- 
most river of Mockjack Bay, which cr. 
divides this from land of Georg Levitt. 
Nov. 28, 1642, Page 866. Part of devi- 
dent allowed him by order dated June 
15, 1640. Renewed March 18, 1649. 

SAMUELL ABBOTT, 500 acs. in 
Rappahannock River some 14 mi. up 
the river, adj. John Benton. Dec. 17, 
1642, Page 867. Trans, of: Tho. Cas- 
life, Isaac Southerwood, Jon. Tucker, 
Jon. Barshall, Georg Dunnings, Jon. 
Harrison, Nich. Bridges, Hen. Preston, 
Richard Haynes. 

EDMOND DAWBER, 1,600 acs. up- 
on N. side of Mockjack Bay, upon Sea- 
sand Cr., which divides same from land 
of Thomas Curtis. Nov. 18, 1642, Page 

867. Part of divident allowed June 13, 
1640. 

GEORG RUTLAND & WILLIAM 
JACOB, 600 acs. Low. Norf. Co., Nov. 
1, 1642, Page 868. Upon the second 
bay that runneth Easterly out of Lynn 
Haven, adj. John Stratton. Due by as- 
signment from Richard Hayes, assignee 
or Atty. of Robert West. 300 acs. with 
100 acs. added renewed in the name 
of William Jacob Oct. 19, 1643, & 300 
acs. renewed in the name of Georg 
Rutland. 

THOMAS SMITH, 150 acs. Charles 
River Co. (Record incomplete.) 

THOMAS WOMBWELL, 650 acs. 
James City Co., Dec. 25, 1642, Page 

868. Near the head of Checheroes Cr. 
in Chichahominy River, N. upon Rich- 
ard Bell, haveing a landing place & 



passage way bet. sd. Bell & Georg Un- 
wyn. 300 acs. by assignment from Tho- 
mas Stoute of a patent dated Oct. 29, 
1639, & 350 acs. for trans, of 7 pers.: 
John Mathews, Jon. Badnall, John Cas- 
cill, John White, Hudson. 

RICHARD WYATT, 250 acs. in 
Mockjack Bay, butting upon the narrow 
of Ware River, bounded on the W. by 
Cow Cr. Aug. 15, 1642, Page 869. 
Due for his own per. adv. thrice & 
trans, of: Getrude Bedall & Ralph Tay- 
lor. 

CHRISTOPHER BOYCE, 2,000 acs. 
in Peankatanke River, about 3 mi. up 
the S. side at plumtree point. Dec. 21, 
1642, Page 870. Trans, of: Jon. Crispe, 
Wm. Venice, Jon. Johnson, Christ. 
Boyce, Mordecay Cooke, Jon. Tiplad, 
Jon. Fells, Jas. Greenwill, Jon. Barlow, 
Walter Brace, Kath. Lewis, Jon. Wil- 
liams, Jon. Withers, Edmd. Porter & 
ux (wife) Edmd. Porter, Junr., Jon. 
Porter, Junr., Jon. Porter, Senr., Mar- 
maduke Atkinson, Manassa Porter, Eliza. 
Flowerdew, Thomas Simson, Rich. Wil- 
liams, Robert Fentrice, Jon. Carraway, 
Robert Fentrice, Georg Harland, Jar- 
man Connaway, Thomas Blatt, Rich. 
Wootton, Anne Marshall, Tho. Kemp, 
John Oliver, Tho. Cooper, Thomas Pit- 
cherd, Tho. Correll, Joyce Stone, John 
Cannaday, William Jackson, John Nemo. 

WILLIAM PUDIVATT, 200 acs., 
Isle of Wight Co., May 16, 1642, Page 
871. Facing E. on Pagan Cr. or New 
Towne Haven, near land of Capt. Basse 
called Cedar Island, now in possession 
of William Pateford, extending S. to- 
wards land of Hugh Wynn & William 
Taylor. Due by assignment of patent of 
Samuell Jackson, dated Oct. 10, 1639. 

WILLIAM PUDIVATT, 200 acs. Isle 
of Wight Co., April 10, 1642, Page 
871. Upon Pagan Cr. Bay, beg. at the 
mouth of a cr. on the N. side against 
a neck of land called Sherne brooke 
hill, near Cedar Island. Trans, of: Wil- 
liam Pudivatt, Jane his wife, Geo. Med- 
land, Nicholas Browne. 

RICHARD BREWSTER, 500 acs. 
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Called the great neck alias the barren 
neck, adj. Tutties Neck a br. of Archers 
Hope Cr., near Jockeys Neck. Due by 
purchase from Capt. Francis Pott, the 
brother & heire of Doct. John Pott, 
deed., to whom it was due by order of 
June 6, 1632. 

RICHARD MAIOR, 350 acs., Charles 
River Co., Jan. 17, 1642, Page 872. 
Adj. his first devident & land of Joseph 
Croshaw. Trans, of: Robt. Wherry, 
Wm. Sey, Charles Feild, Penrigin 
Poland (or Boland) Tho. Parker, Tho. 
Smith, Martin Shute. 

AUGUSTINE WARNER, 600 acs. 
lying in Severne in the first river in 
Mockjack Bay, beg. on the N. side of 
Severne called Austins Desire, N. to- 
wards land surveyed for John Robins, 
to a cr. dividing same from land of 
Humph. Hammore. Due for trans, of 
12 pers., of whom only the following 
are mentioned: Martin Barnes, William 
Reynolds & others. 

STEPHEN GILL, 2,500 acs. York 
River Co., Nev. 18, 1642, Page 873. 
Lying upon the N. side of York River, 
E. S. E. with Rosewell Cr., S. S. W. of 
Mr. Minifie & W. N. W. with Burn- 
hams Cr. Trans, of 30 pers.: William 
Walters, Stephen Gill, Rich. Hanby, 
Hen. Avery, Ann his wife, Eliza. 

, Tho. Rodgett, Hen. Tappin, 

Jon. Wright, Peter Stinger, Edward 
Plunknett, Tho. Watts, Eliz. Garrett, 
Mr. Jon. Sheppard, & Ann his wife, 
Sarah Hanby, Sarah Bond, Cornelius 

, Wm. Jenkins, Wm. Jacobson, 

Peter Roberts, Hen. Line, Joseph Bar- 
nett, Jon. May, Maude Richard, Bed- 
ford Francis, Mary Foster, Georg Tur- 
ner, and Gilbert . 

WILLIAM SWEETE (altered to 
Smeete), 400 acs. Yorke Co., Feb. 4, 
1642, Page 874. Near the head of Tym- 
ber Neck Creek on the N. side of 
Charles River, near land of Mr. Minifee. 
Trans, of 8 pers. 

JUSTINIAN COOPER, 2,400 acs. 
Isle of Wight Co., Mar. 16, 1642, Page 
874. 100 acs. due for per. adv. of Ann, 
his wife, in 1618, 500 acs. for her adv. 



of 50 Lbs. Sterling, & 200 acs. for the 
per. adv. of Robert Olliffe unto whom 
the sd. Anne was sister & heir, & for 
his ad. of 27 Lbs. into the Colony 300 
acs. 1,300 acs. for the trans, of 26 pers.: 
Justinian Cooper, 4 times, Ann his wife, 
Clement Ewins, Wm. Bisley, Hen. 
Rownfifall (?), Georg Archer, Wm. 
Woodward, Samll. Eldrege, Mary Veare, 
Eliza. Reades, Jon. Davis, Robert Feasly, 
James Smith, Wm. Cooke, Henry Bony, 
Ursula Waight, Wm. West, Wm. Red- 
man, Robert Kenin, Geo. Stacie, Wm. 
Underwood, Nicholas Mann, Richard 
Coursie. 

ADAM THORROGOOD (Thoro- 
good), 5,350 acs. Low. Norf. Co., June 
10, 1643, Page 875. Beg. at a little is- 
land in Lynn haven River, W. over Ben- 
netts Cr., down sd. river along the bay. 
Due as son & heir of Capt. Adam Thor- 
rowgood, deed., to whom it was by 
patent dated June 19, 1635. 

CAPT JOHN UPTON, 3,289 acs. 
Isle of Wight Co., July 10, 1643, Page 

876. Lying upon branches of Pagan 
Point Cr. & New Towne Haven, adj. 
Mr. Sparkes, Anthony Jones, Mr. Nevill, 
Robert Pitt, Mr. Seaward, Ambrose Ben- 
nett & Mr. Moone. 1,500 acs for trans, 
of 3 pers., the remainder by several 
former patents. 

RICHARD KEMP, Secretarie & one 
of his "Majesty's Councell of State, 4,332 
acs. James City Co., Apr. 17, 1643, Page 

877. Lying at the head of Archers Hope 
Cr., upon the Pallisadoes, adj. Georg 
Lake's land upon the horse, path. 1,200 
acs. by purchase from Georg Minifie, 
Merchant, which was not truly bounded 
as appears by survey made by William 
Wigg, Surveyor authorized by the Court 
& 940 by several former patents. 2,192 
acas. for trans, of 40 pers.: His own 
2nd adv., Mrs. Eliza Littlewood, Samll. 
Abbott, Richard Rouch, Rich. Clarke, 
Tho. Eager (or Cager), Jon. Mead, 
Wm. Edwards, Tho. Griffith, John 
More, Sarah Ellis, Ellin Browne, Ed- 
ward Smithnest, Wm. Goods, Wm. Law- 
rence, Jon. Moulder. Tho. Sutton, 
Robert Bateman, Wm. Poulton, Charles 
Dowse, Wm. Bone, Benj. Harkwood, 
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Crispe, Jon. Lewis, Lawrence Herry, 
Anth. Rocks, Jon. Chamberlane, Leonard 
Hawly, Jon. Hall, Jon. Smart, Wm. 
Browne, Anth. Dratt, Jon. Remington, 
Wm. Dollin, Lawr. Batrum, Jon. Merry, 
Samll. Ethirton, Paule Brewer, Wm. 
Gallard, Gilbert Gerrard, Rose Poiden, 
Corbett Peadle. 

JOHN WRIGHT, 250 acs. Up Norf. 
Co., July , 1643, Page 878. Up- 
on a br. of the S. br. of Nansamund 
River, opposite Thomas Atkinson. 150 
acs. by assignment from Richard Ewin, 
& 100 acs. for trans, of 3 pers. by 
William Tucker. The following names 
appear: Richard Faire & Mathew Faire. 

CAPT. WILLIAM PEIRCE, 360 acs. 
called Bakers Neck butting upon James 
River, beg. at a point S. of the planta- 
tion of Thomas Harwood called Queene 
hive. Due for trans, of 8 pers.: Wil- 
liam Sheers, Elianor Pooly, Thomas Col- 
mer, Marke Avery, Jon. Magson, Jon. 
Snellocke, Domnick Lumbrey. 

RANDALL HOLT, 710 acs. Aug. 1, 
1643, Page 880. Sonn & Lawfull heire 
of Mary Bayley, late of Hogg Island, 
sole daughter and heire of John Bayly 
of the sd. Island. 700 acs. called Hogg 
Is. lying over against Archers Hope on 
the Tappahanna side of the river, & 
10 acs. in James Island adj. the late 
dwelling howse of Robert Epers, to- 
wards Goose Hill, N. towards land late- 
ly belonging to William Fairefax & W. 
upon land lately belonging to Jenkin 
Andrewes. "490 acs. being expressly 
granted to the sd. Mary Bayly by the 
name of Mary Bayly Orphant, Feb. 20, 
1619, with the special clause & provisoe 
that if upon due survey hereafter to be 
made the sd. island doe not amount to 
fower hundred and nyntye acres that 
soe much as it wanteth shall be sup- 
plyed to the said Mary Bayly in some 
other place and if the said Island doe 
contyne above fower hundred and nyn- 
type acres that then the said Mary doe 
purchase the Surplusage from the Com- 
pany," etc. The surplus being 210 acs. 
is now due by trans, of 5 pers. in the 
Shipp William and Thomas Aug. 24, 
1618 by John Bayly: Hugh Price, Wil- 



liam Done (or Dove), Phillipp Roper, 
Henry Broughton, Robert Reddinge. 

CAPT. SAMUELL MATHEWES, 3,- 
000 acs. a neck of land on the N. side 
of Rappahannock River, bounded on the 
W. by Cassatawoman Cr. which runs 
E. N. E. towards head of Wiccokomoc- 
co River, on the N. by Wiccocomocco 
Riv., on S. by Rappa. Riv. & on the E. 
with the main bay. Aug. 1, 1643, Page 

882. Trans, of fowerscore pers.: John 
Loyd, John Davis, Tho. Chambers, Edw. 
Clarke, Hen. Townson, Robert Graves, 
Joseph Jolly, Fr. Dowling, Henry Cos- 
sen, Fr. Rosser, Hopkin Griffin, Wm. 
Peake, John Drewett, Jon. Seager, Jon. 
Carrow, Jon. Lewis, Junr., Walter 
Powell, John Roch, Robert Walcoke, 
John Knighton, James Kate, Arthur 
Mackworth, Jossy (Jessy (?)) Lasting, 
Silvester Smith, Henry Sanders, Jon. 
Bathropp (or Rathropp), Walter Jack- 
son, Jon. Pooly, Rich. Vanson, Wm. 
Thomas, Richard Bradshaw, John Tho- 
mas, Jr., John Phillipps, Walter Lang- 
ford, Andrew Hallack, Thomas Clarke, 
John Robins, Kather. Tresilian, Richard 
Stephens, Geor. Dowson, Geo. Browson, 
Christ. Chamberlin, Geo. Austin, Robert 
Ives, Tho. Bedle, Mathew Biscoe, Rich- 
ard Christian, Richard Woodruffe, Wal- 
ter Bowman, Richard Williams, Robert 
Parrey, Tho. Methold, Peter Fletcher, 
Georg Evans, Tymothy Ourton, Georg 
Harleston, James Jones, Christ. Evans, 
John Turner, Isaac Hack, Tho. Evans, 
Junr., Geo. Read, Edward Harrington, 
Jon. Moore, Georg Austin, Bernard 
Gaying, Jon. Figg, Jon. Smith, Jon. 
King, Jon. Williams, Jon. Williamson, 
Thomas , &c. 

RICHARD RICHARDS, 1,000 acs. 
Charles Riv. Co., Aug. 2, 1643, Page 

883. On the N. side of Charles Riv., 
N. W. by W. upon Tymber Neck Cr., 
S. W. by S. upon sd. River. Trans, of 
20 pers.: Richard Richards, Eliza. Rich- 
ards, 3 times, Wm. Dorrell, Richard 
Harbott, Edwd. Burcher, Tho. Butcher, 
Hen. Tompson, Jon. Mainson, Math. 
Isum, Jos. Winkeford, Ann Biker, Fran- 
cis Moold, Tho. Hughes, Wm. Watkins, 
Tho. Dadson, Jane Evans, Henry Raye, 
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EDWARD TONSTALL, 250 acs., 
Aug. 2, 1643, Page 884. County not 
given. 150 acs. by patent dated Aug. 
10, 1642, & 100 for trans, of: John 
Astin & Eliza. Baker. 

ROWLAND BURNHAM, 450 acs. 
Yorke Co., Aug. 10, 1643, Page 884. 
Upon N. side of Yorke Riv., bounding 
S. E. upon Burnhams Cr., N. W. upon 
John Bayles, & N. E. upon Thomas Wil- 
kinson & Robert Norrice. Trans, of: 
Rowland Burnham, Tomasin Knight, 
James Uteley Martin Baker, Walter 
Wood, Tho. Woolridge, Jon. Mason, 
Wm. Heyward, Wm. Peach. 

JAMES WHITING, 250 acs. upon 
N. side of Charles River, Aug. 10, 1643, 
Page 885. Upon Timber Neck Cr., adj. 
James Besouth & Thomas Hughes. 
Trans, of: Ann his wife, Evan Davis, 
Mathew King, Nehemiah Causon, Rich- 
ard Addams. 

JAMES BESOUTH, 100 acs. Yorke 
Co., Aug. 10, 1643, Page 886. Upon 
N. side of Yorke River, near the head 
of Timber Neck Cr., Trans, of: Samuell 
Besouth, his brother & his own per. adv. 

WILLIAM LAWRENCE, 300 acs. 
James City Co., Aug. 20, 1643, Page 

886. Lying on Hogg Island main, on 
the S. of Thomas Stamp & N. towards 
Chippokes Cr. Trans, of: William Law- 
rance, Joane his wife, Nath. Jennings, 
William East, John Eaton, Jon. Gosling. 

WILLIAM GAPINGE, 140 acs. 
James City Co., Aug. 22, 1643, Page 

887. From Sunken Marsh near Upper 
Chippokes. W. N. W. towards Henry 
Neale & Henry White. Trans, of: 
Robert Browne, Phillipp Hawkins Henry 
Moore. 

JOHN WALL, 1,791 acs. in Chip- 
pokes Cr. between John Hacke & Wil- 
liam Pilkington. Aug. 23, 1643, Page 

888. Upon Wards Cr., & adj. John 
Clay & John Fremes Land. 300 acs. by 
former patent, 1,200 by purchase from 
Rice Hoe & 291 acs. for trans, of: Wil- 
liam Pinion, John Brashridge, Richard 
Durrington, Eliza. Stacie, Edward Jen- 
nings, Ellianor Read. 



ROBERT HUTCHINSON, 200 acs. 
James City Co., in Pasbyhaies, Dec. 30, 
1643, Page 889. Bounded W. N. W. 
upon Edward Oliver, N. by W. upon 
John White, E. by N. upon Daniell 
Lyle & S. by E. upon Sir Francis Wyatt. 
21 yr. lease. Annual Rent: 8 bbls. Mer. 
Indian Corn shelled at the State House 
in James City, payment to begin at 
Michaelmas 1645. 

John Wattson, 1 acre James Cittie, 
Sept. 20, 1643, Page 889. Near Brewers 
point. Due by Act of Assembly "for 
the building and peopling of James Cit- 
tie." Fee Rent: 1 Capon. 

THOMAS PAULE, 1 acre in James 
Cittie, lying near the Friggott in the Is- 
land., Sept. 20, 1643, Page 890. As 
above. 

MICHAELL BATT, 1 acre in James 
Cittie Island, Sept. 20, 1643, Page 890. 
As above. 

ADAM THORROGOOD, 200 acs., 
Elizabeth Cittie Co., Feb. 10, 1637, 
Page 890. Lying upon Hampton River, 
adj. William Parry, land of Capt. Wil- 
cox now in tenture of John Woodall. 
Due "in right of Discount," having 
been granted unto Capt. Adam Thorrow- 
good. 

ANTHONY COLEMAN, 82^ acs. 
in Pasbyhaies in James City Co., Sept. 
20, 11643, Page 891. By order of 
Court, Dec. 3, 1639, "For the better 
strengthening and securing of James 
Cittie," &c. Adj. Sir. Francis Wyatt, 
Alexander Stoner, his own land & Mr. 
White's. 21 yr. lease from the feast of 
St. Michaell the Arch Angeil 1649. An- 
nuall Rent: 3 bbls. & a bushell of Mer. 
Indian corne sheld at the State Howse. 

RICHARD YOUNG, 450 acs. Up. 
Norf. Co., Aug. 24, 1643, Page 892. 
Upon New towne haven river, near land 
of Richard Preston & Thomas Jordan. 
Due by virtue of 2 former patents. 

THOMAS WHEELER, 990 acs. 
Charles City Co., Aug. 23, 1643, Page 
893. At the head of Powells Cr., S. to- 
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Merchants Hope & E. upon the upper 
part of Cheynay Boyce's land. 200 acs. 
by assignment from Richard Milton, 400 
acs. by assignment from Richard Tisdale, 
10 acs. yet due & the residue for trans, 
of: Thomas Smith, Jane Wright, Jon. 
Markes, Peter Markes, Jon. Hooper, 
Richard Carter, Ann Colchester, Mar- 
garett Cane. 

JAMES BAGNALL, 200 acs., Low. 
Norf. Co., Aug. 26, 1643, Page 894. 
Upon the head br. of Clarks Cr., be- 
longing to the W. br. of Eliz. River, adj. 
land of Georg White & towards Richard 
Bennett. For trans, of 4 pers., assigned 
to him by Arthur Haslington, vizt: 
Richard Leake, John Butler, Priscilla 
Hasleton, Thomas Bainham. 

ROBERT PITT, 209 acs. Isle of 
Wight Co., Aug. 28, 1643, Page 895. 
Upon the Wwd. side of a br. of New 
towne haven Riv., called Beverly Cr., 
adj. Capt. John Upton & John Seaward. 
Trans, of: Stephen Paule, John Wil- 
liams, Thomas Patrick, William Powell, 
Ewen Roberts. 

THOMAS HILL, 3,000 acs. James 
City Co., Sept. 1, 1643, Page 896. Near 
the head of Up. Chippokes Cr. Trans, 
of 3 pers. 

JOHN FREEME, 1,198 acs. Charles, 
Co., Sept. 1, 1643, Page 896. Near 
Flowerdy Hundred Cr., adj. Chesney 
Boyce. Trans, of 24 pers.: John Freeme, 
Anne his wife, Tho. Feild, Ann Feild, 
Geo. Dixon, Ewin Heily, Charles Carter, 
James Pinner, Cornelius Clements, 
James Melham, Jon. Markes, Wm. 
Pearepoint, Francis Richett, Jon. Roger, 
Wm. Elliott, Daniell Cormack, Rich. 
Bonner, Rich. Aron, Jon. Gibson, Wm. 
Maior, Samll. Blear, Samll. Hide, Mary 
Silver, Wm. Kicke. 

THOMAS EVANS, 250 acs. about 
22 mi. up the Northward side of Rappa- 
hannock River, Aug. 31, 1643, Page 
897. Trans, of: Roger Barly, Edward 
Smith, Roger Harris, Humphry Wilkins, 
Kather. Wygood. 

HENRY NEALE, 850 acs. James City 
Co., Aug. 31, 1643, Page 898. 



Note: Given in Vol. 1, page 23, in 
which two names were omitted, vizt: 
Andrew Asse & John Swicher ( ? ) . 

JOHN CALVERT, 300 acs. on a 
small br. issuing out of Point Comfort 
Cr., a swamp dividing this from land of 
Nicholas Roe, commonly called Buck 
Rowe. Sept. 2, 1643, Page 899. 
Granted by order of court dated June 
18, 1642 as brother & heir of Dr. Georg 
Calvert, deed., to whom it was due for 
his owne per. adv. & trans, of 5 pers. 
Renewed in the name of Anthony El- 
liott, July 24, 1645. 

WILLIAM BUTLER, 700 acs. James 
City Co., Aug. 29, 1643, Page 900. 
Upon S. side of James River at the head 
of Lawnes Cr., adj. William Lawrance, 
Capt. William Peirce, Mr. Reynolds & 
Mr. Stampe. Trans, of 14 pers.: Wil- 
liam Butler, Jon. Butler, Eliza. Butler, 
Mary Butler, Ezekiell Perry, Jon. Leigh, 
Tho. Pembridge, Jon. Ireland, Lewis 
Cooper, Wm. Hooke, Tho. Dodsley, 
Edward Parramore, Edward Johnson, 
Robert Gringer. 

WILLIAM BATT, 250 acs. in Mock- 
jack Bay, Sept. 1, 1643, Page 901. 
Trans, of: Christopher Hooton, Edward 
Spicer, Richard Cheesome, Geo. Wye, 
William Smarte. 

TOSEPH COBB, 400 acs. Isle of 
Wight Co., Sept. 1, 1643, Page 901. 
Upon a br. of Warwicksquicke River 
bounded N. on the back cr. parting this 
from land of John Vasler. Due by 
former patent. 

FRANCES RICE, 200 acs. of land on 
the forrest of Warwicke River, beg. at 
his old devident, Aug. 29, 1643, Page 
902. Trans, of: Francis Holland, Alex. 
Fuller, James Sherman, Robert Maze. 

THOMAS GLASCOCKE, 130 acs. 
Warwicke River Co., Aug. 30, 1643. 
Page 902. Parallel to his own & land 
of John Leydon & adj. Thomas Davis. 
Trans, of 3 pers.: Thomas Trade & 
Bestney Brookes. 

THOMAS GLASCOCKE, 200 acs. a 
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Peankatanke River, adj. Christopher 
Boyce. Aug. 30, 1643, Page 903. 
Trans, of: Thomas Glascocke, Jane his 
wife, William Charles, James Allen. 

ROBERT LAWRANCE, 150 acs. Isle 
of Wight Co, Sept. 28, 1643, Page 904. 
Near the mouth of Lawnes Cr, adj. 
John Stocker, Georg Hardie & Thomas 
Gyer. Trans, of: Thomas Merrick, Wm. 
Penny, John Pond. 

WILLIAM EWINS, 1,100 acs., James 
City Co., Sept. 30, 1643, Page 904. At 
the head of Up. Chippokes. Trans, of 
22 pers.: John Muxford, Jon. Coots, 
Adam Morgrave, Henry Parsons, John 
Williams, Griffith Georg, Wm. Mar- 
shall, Wm. Barwick, John Lane, Tho. 
Robinson, Daniell Bridgman, Richard 
Bradley, Morgan Glover, Samll. Huby, 
Francis Allen, Maurice Price, Lawr. 
Carver, Eliza, his wife, Michaell a 
Negroe, Katherine his wife, John Gras- 
heare a Negroe, Mathew a Negroe. 

GEORG GILBERT, 50 acs. James 
City Co., Sept. 29, 1643, Page 905. 
Running from Powhetan bridge along 
Walter Coopers marked trees to the 
back creek, thence to sd. bridge. Trans, 
of: William Shaw. 

WILLIAM FRYE, 500 acs. James 
City Co, Aug. 29, 1643, Page 906. Ly- 
ing upon the W. side of Chichahominy 
River, adj. Humphry England & Thomas 
Warden. Trans, of 5 pers.: Richard 
Dobson, Michaell Noble, Edward 
Grimes, Isabeir Haies, Robert Stiles. 

RICHARD JACKSON, 110 acs. Isle 
of Wight Co, Aug. 28, 1643, Page 907. 
Near the head of Seawards Cr, adj. his 
own & land of Farrer Flinton. Trans, 
of: John Champion, Owen Whiting, 
Henry Pepper. 

THOMAS HUGHES, 400 acs. 
Charles River Co, Sept. 28, 1643, Page 
907. Upon Tymber Neck cr. on the N. 
side of sd. river, adj. Richard Richards. 
Trans, of: Georg Burford, Senr, Geo. 
Burford, Junr, William Cox, Mary Cox, 
John Shell, Tho. Tapp, Wm. Thorpe. 

ROBERT HAIES, 750 acs. Low. Norf. 
Co, Aug. 29, 1643, Page 908. Adj. 



John Grunsditch (Grimsditch) & land 
of Capt. Adam Thorrowgood, dec'd. 
Trans, of 15 pers.: Richard Fleming, 
John Newman, Nich. Robinson, Robt. 
Gilbert, Jane Wond, Ann Hayes his 
wife, Ann Wortman, Mary Wortman, 
Jon. Wortman, Tho. Wortman, Alex. 
Haies, Nath. Haies, Humphry Castle, 
Nich. Cross, & owne trans. 

THOMAS WILLIAMS, 450 acs. in 
Mockjack Bay, near land of Thomas 
Ray, running N. unto the Southern br. 
of Severne. Aug. 31, 1643, Page 909. 
Trans, of: John Charnocke, Wm. Mor- 
ris, Tho. Williams, Wm. Ediford, John 
Harsnett, Giles Foster, Christian De- 
macheto, John Compton, Grace Warke- 
ham. 

PHAROE YOUNG, 100 acs. North- 
ampton Co, Aug. 30, 1643, Page 909. 
Butting upon Cherrystones, near land 
of Capt. John How & Mr. Drew. Due 
by descent from Richard Young, dec'd, 
to whom same was formerly granted. 

SYMON STURGES, JOHN SADLER 
& RICHARD QUINEY, of London, 
Merchants, 4,550 Acs. Charles City Co, 
Aug. 5, 1643, Page 910. Commonly 
called by the name of Martin Brandon, 
lying betwixt Chippokes Creek & Wards 
Cr, bounding upon Chippokes Cr, the 
Gleab Land, Georg Burcher, John 
Hacker & William Pilkinton. Due by 
purchase from the heirs of Capt. John 
Martin, late of Va, & 4,050 acs. con- 
firmed to the sd. purchasers by order 
of the Grand Assembly in March 1643 
& 500 acs. order of court June 9, 1643. 

JOHN SWEETE, 1,540 acs. Isle of 
Wight Co, Sept. 26, 1643, Page 911. 
Lying the E. br. of Blackwater, adj. 
Francis England, Justinian Cooper & N. 
towards Capt. Peirce. Part by virtue of 
a former patent & fo rtrans. of 18 pers, 
10 remaining due upon last person men- 
tioned: Joseph Medlecoe, Robert Davis 
3 times, Robert Sanin, twice, Andrew 
Huckle, Ann Farly, Wm. Robinson, Ann 
Casson, Jon. Dorsett, Robert Trelawney, 
Francis Shaw, Robert Short, Thomas 
Parker, Richard Haines, twice, Kath- 
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HENRY WATTS, 157 acs. Isle of 
Wight Co., Oct. 28, 1643, Page 912. 
Being the land he lives upon, upon 
Pagan Point Cr. & adj. Peeter Knight. 
43 acs. remaining due. Trans, of: 
Robert Long, his wife, Robert and John, 
his twoe sons. 

JAMES HAWLEY, 300 acs. Isle of 
Wight Co., Sept. 28, 1643, Page 913. 
Upon the head of the lower bay cr., 
adj. John Row. By virtue of a former 
patent. 

ROBERT BURNETT, 200 acs. Isle of 
Wight Co., Sept. 29, 1643, Page 914. 
Upon a br. of Seawards Cr., adj. Nicho- 
las Smith. Due by former patent. 

RICE HOE, 1,969 acs., Oct. 28, 1643, 
Page 914. Bounding E. upon Alice Ed- 
loe, N. towards David Joanes. 1,000 
acs. by virtue of 2 former patents & for 
trans, of 20 pers.: Edward May, Edward 
Robinson, Sarah Goodwin, Robert Cloud, 
Wm. Ferynes, Georg Standish, Tho. 
Cann, Alice Apleton, Eliza. Dam, Wm. 
Morris, Evan Roberts, Symon Jennings, 
Tho. Archerday, Francis Bastett, Wm. 
Phillipps, 4 Negroes. 

JOHN BISHOPP, 891 acs. James City 
Co., Oct. 16, 1643, Page 915. Upon 
the head of David Jones' Cr., E. N. E. 
from Mr. Hoes uppermost plantation. 
Trans, of 18 pers.: Phillipp Pendergast, 
Robert Andrew, Tho. Hanscome, Eliza. 
Sidney, Symon Hasleton, Joyce Browne, 
William Andrews, Ralph Lester, Jeffery 
Denchfeild, Richard Smith, Tho. War- 
ner, Adrian Foord, Robert Taylor, Sy- 
mon Symonds, John Bishopp his wife. 

SIR FRANCIS WYATT, 2,000 acs. 
about 25 mi. up on the S. side of 
Rappa. River, adj. John Gookin, to 
Episkapanke Cr., Sept. 29, 1643, Page 
916. Trans, of 40 pers.: John Cooke, 
Tho. Hooker, Margarett Spuer, Susan 
Bradford, Wm. Johnson, Roger Carpen- 
ter, Ferdinando Bishopp, Sr. Francis 
Wyatt, Michaell Lapworth, Tho. Forke, 
Jon. Gates, Christ. Cooke, Tho. Goard- 
lad, Wm. Lupo, Kath. Spencer, Edwin 
Wvatt, Sarah Stunnerson, Kath. Kayupp, 
Robert Mathews. Nicho. Colton, Tane 
, Walter Aston, Tho. Mabb, Hen. 



Iden, Edward Davenport, Robert Martin, 
Tho. Young, Robert Westwood, Robert 
Edwards, Richard Morris, Wm. Hay- 
wood, Roger Andrews, Eliza. Dent. 
Richard Norwood, Tho. Bridges, Robert 
Raynard, Morris Halmer, Mathew Grif- 
fin, Tho. Prichard, Senr. 

THOMAS BRICE, 150 acs. Up. Norf. 
Co., Oct. 29, 1643, Page 917. Lying on 
the Ewd. side of the N. W. Br. of 
Nansimund River against Indian Cr., 
adj. Georg Chowning & Francis Maul- 
den. 100 acs. by former patent & 50 
acs. for trans, of: John Fisher. 

LT. WILLIAM WORLEIDGE, 550 
acs., Oct. 16, 1643, Page 918. Beg. at 
Chessnutt Cr., to Repulse Cr. unto 
mouth of Mockjack Bay. Trans, of 11 
pers.: Georg Maior, Samll. James, Wm. 
Humphrey, Richard Gill, Francis Berry, 
Eliza. Curtis, Thomas Rimmington, John 
Tucker, Christ. Isaac, Robert Ameson, 
Christ. Keath, Robert Large. 

JOHN HODDIN, (Hodin) 150 acs., 
Oct. 17, 1643, Page 919. On a cr. on 
the N. W. side of Mockjack Bay. Trans, 
of: Thomas Morrey, Charles Sallett, 
Sanders Murrey. 

JOHN HODDIN, 950 acs. at the 
head of the North River in Mockjack 
Bay, Oct. 17, 1643, Page 920. Trans, 
of 19 pers.: Mary Thomas, John Tomp- 
som, Humphry Gum, Christian his wife, 
his owne adv., Martin Skinner, John 
Barnes, Tho. Poynter, Tho. Fletcher, 
Jon. Fletcher, Wm. Blare, James Taylor, 
Sanders Allen, John Burnham, John 
King, Tho. Hopkins, Tho. Tompson, 
Henry Thomas. 

WILLIAM JACOB, 400 acs. Low. 
Norf. Co., Oct. 19, 1643, Page 920. 
Lying in the second bay issuing into 
Lynhaven River, adj. Georg Keth. By 
virtue of a patent for 600 acs. granted 
unto sd. Jacob & Georg Rutland, & 
100 acs. for trans, of: Thomas Baramus 
& John White. 

THOMAS CASSEN, 300 acs., Oct. 
17, 1643, Page 921. County not given. 
Trans, of: Thomas Cassen, John Moore, 
Jane Gilbert, John Foard, Richard Haw- 
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THOMAS CASSEN, 400 acs. Lower 
Norf. Co., Oct. 17, 1643, Page 922. 
Near land of Georg Rutland. Trans, 
of: Georg Harwood, Fr. Symons, Henry 
Gridwell, John Morris, Margett Ralfe, 
Tho. Richards, Richard Lee, Clemt. 
Theboult. 

GEORG RUTLAND, 300 acs. Low. 
Norf. Co., Oct. 19, 1643, Page 923. 
At the head of the second bay issuing 
into Lynhaven River & adj. Georg Keth. 
Due by virtue of a share of a patent 
granted to sd. Rutland & William Jacob. 

THOMAS TAYLOR, Marriner, 350 
acs. Warwick River Co., Oct. 23, 1643, 
Page 923. Butting S. W. upon War- 
wick River, bounded S. with Potash 
Quarter Cr. & on the N. with Samuell 
Stephens' land. 300 acs. due by patent 
unto John Baynom, deed., Dec. 1, 1624, 
which sd. patent grew due unto Rich- 
ard Tisdall by marriage with Mary Bayn- 
ham, daughter &heir of sd. John, & by 
Tisdall assigned to sd. Taylor, & 50 
acs. due sd Taylor for trans, of Henry 
Hitton. 

THOMAS TAYLOR, Marriner, 250 
acs. Warwicke Co., Oct. 23, 1643, Page 
924. Beg. at Mr. Cripps' land, parallel 
to Edward Willia & Lady Harvy. Trans, 
of: John Redicke, Alice Morgan, Arthur 
Sergent, Willi. Tandy, Gabriell Smith. 

MRS. ELIZABETH HULL, Wid- 
dowe, 850 acs. lying on the Swd. side 
of Potomack River, running S. W. 
parallel to land of Christopher Copeland 
& S. E. unto land of William Batt. 
Oct. 21, 1643, Page 925. Trans, of: 
George Hull, per. adv., Eliza, his wife, 
Edward his son, David his son, Sabinia 
Jenkins, Mary Low, Jon. Daeman, David 
Holmes, Edw. Mitchell, Nich. Fenman, 
Robt. Phillipps, Evan Morris, Anth. At- 
kins, Arthur Donn, Oliver Balfe, Rich- 
ard Workman, Robt. Layne. 

WILLIAM MORGAN, 816 acs. 
James City Co., Oct. 25, 1643, Page 926. 
Upon the E. side of Chichahominy 
River upon the head of Morgans Cr., 
bounded by land of Mr. Filmer & Wil- 
liam Edwards. 600 acs. due by virtue of 



a former patent & 216 acs. for trans, of 

5 pers., 34 acs. remaining due: John 
Simpson, John Wilkinson, Ciceley 
Young, Katherine Jenkins. 

EDWARD DOBSON, 300 acs. lying 
on the Ewd. side of Yeokomico River, 
upon a branch of Mattapony & parallel 
to land of William Warder. Oct. 19, 
1643, Page 926. Trans, of: Katherine 
Minor, Henry Tane, Tho. Hunt, John 
Budge, Bevis Belver, James Athor. 

CAPT. WILLIAM PEIRCE, 2,100 
acs. beg. at the mouth of a cr. near the 
now dwelling howse of sd. Peirce, which 
cr. divides this land from Bakers Necke 
where the Church now standeth, along 
James River unto the old point, from 
thence to the water side unto Scotes 
quarter & the great Marsh which divides 
this land from Mulberry Island, into 
Meares Neck unto a certain oak marked 
by Capt. William Clayborne over aginst 
the Ewd. of Cedar Island, up the banke 
of Warwicke River & near land of Capt. 
Thomas Harwood. 650 acs. by patent 
to him dated 1619, & 1,450 acs. due for 
the adventure of 29 pers. Dec. 16, 1643, 
Page 927. 

CAPT. HENRY BROWNE, 2,450 
acs. Nov. 2, 1643, Page 929. Beg. at 
the 4 Mile Tree, ending in a swamp to 
the Wwd. of Capt. Fludds howse, then 
down parallel to the bank of James 
River unto the sd tree. 2,000 acs. due 
by order of court dated Dec. 12, 1634 

6 450 acs. by purchase in 1634 of the 
Overseers of the last will of John Smith, 
Planter, dee'd., & 200 acs. for trans, of 
4 pers. 

GEORG LEVITT, 1,000 acs. near 
the head of the North River in Mock- 
jack Bay, near land of Richard Bayly & 
John Hoddin. Oct. 19, 1643, Page 930. 
Trans, of: Alice his wife, John Jenings, 
Robert Tibaults, Elias Degaris, Tho. 
Tabb, Franc. Cherry, Jone Hobbs, 
Daniell Thorpe, Willi. Tompson, Theo- 
dor Moyses, Jon. Weeks, Nath. Wil- 
sonn, Jon. Jones, Richard Cooke, Geo. 
Wharton, Mary Fowler, Eliza, his wife, 
Robert her sonn, His (sd Levitt) owne 
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WILLIAM WARDER, 550 acs. lying 
on the S. E. side of Yokomoco River, 
beg. upon Potomack River side, parallel 
to land of Thomas Picknar. Oct. 19, 
1643, Page 931. Trans, of: Katherine 
Cross, Thomas Richardson, Richard 
Babister, Tho. Buller, Benj. Rugg, 
Charles Minifie, Phillipp Silvester, Wm. 
Butcher, James Porter, Tho. Shirle, 
Roger Sillito. 

PHILLIPP BENNETT, 515 acs. Up. 
Norf. Co., Dec. 20, 1643, Page 932. 
Lying on the E. side of Bennetts Cr., 
near land of Richard Bennett & Epa- 
phroditus Lawson. Trans, of: John 
Hodges, Silvester Baker, Tho. Harwood, 
John Boid, William Turner, William 
Harris, Jon. Robinson, Tho. Chadd- 
worth, Jon. Symons, Jon. Richards, 
James Ahoshew. 

JAMES MERRYMAN, 100 acs. 
Charles City Co., Dec. 20, 1643, Page 
933. Called by the name of Martin 
Brandon, opposite against Weyanoake, 
N. E. upon the Gleab land. Trans, of: 
James Merryman & Ann Merryman. 

JOHN CARTER, 300 acs. Up. Norf. 
Co., Dec. 22, 1643, Page 934. Upon 
the Wwd. side of the Southern br. of 
Nansamund River over against land of 
Thomas Dew & near land of William 
Tucker. Trans, of: Morgan Williams, 
Rich. Parker, Robert Peirce, Thomas 
Norrice, Israeli Harris, Hen. Barthol- 



WILLIAM FOSTER, 250 acs., Jan. 
6, 1643, Page 934. Near land of Tho- 
mas Woodhowse & John Troyes. By 
virtue of a joint patent with Georg Ad- 
kins who assigned his moiety to sd Fos- 
ter. 

PHILLIPP TAYLOR, 1,000 acres in 
Northampton Co., Dec. 19, 1643, Page 
935. On the Seaboard side, running 
Northward to the broad creek. 500 acs. 
due by order of court & 500 for trans, 
of 20 pers.: Hen. Robinson, Lawrance 
White, William Dickens, Phillipp Tay- 
lor, Senr., Jane Taylor, James Oldum, 
Pearcy his wife, John Allen, Peeter 
Cooper, Francis Brice, Eliz. Oldum, 
Wm. Casteele, Tho. Barfeild, Tho. Colk- 



brand, Rebecca Bayly, Tho. Smith, Tho- 
mas Willis, Sarah Morris, Jon. Cake- 
bread, Eliza. Sanders. 

CESAR PUGGETT, 800 acs. Low. 
Norf. Co., Dec. 19, 1643, Page 936. 
On the N. side of Kirdy branch. Trans, 
of: John Hatton, Marke Gina, Eliza. 
Oliver, Wm. Polewheele, Wm. Hadwell, 
Jacob Fybill, Grace Hardwin, John 
Peirce, Tho. Price, Susan Shepard, Eliz. 
Clewley, Walter Wells, Rich. Jackson, 
William Cole, Robert Townesend. 

SILVESTER THACKER & AN- 
THONY FULLIAMB, 100 acs. Isle of 
Wight Co., Oct. 22, 1643, Page 937. 
Lying upon Pagan Point Bay, E. upon 
land of Thomas Davis & S. upon John 
Mahoone. Trans, of: John Cockett & 
Sarah Robinson. 

HENRY BRADLEY, 450 acs. of land 
named Rainworth, Up. Norf. Co., Oct. 
21, 1643, Page 938. At the head of the 
main br. of New towne haven river, adj. 
Humphrey Scowen & Peter Ray. 350 
acs. bv assignment of 2 patents from sd. 
Scowen to whom it was assigned by 
John Allen, being first granted to Sarah 
Cloydon, Widdow, and 100 acs. for 
trans, of: William Burton & John 
Bruton. 

RICHARD BELL, 560 acs. James 
City Co., Apr. 10, 1642, Page 939. Ly- 
ing near the head of Checkeroes Cr., 
towards land of Georg Vinon, adj. 
Robert Holt. 

ROBERT HOLT of Chichahominy 
Parish in Va., Merchant, to RICHARD 
BELL, Planter, of the same parish, 60 
acres of land lying at the head of 
Checkeroes Cr. Deed of Guift. Oct. 2, 
1640, Page 940. Witnesses: Tho. 
Wombwell & John Phipps. 

ZACHARIAH CRIPPS, 17 acs., be- 
ing a neck of land, lying at the mouth 
of Warwick River, bounded on the S. E. 
side with James River, Jan. 10, 1643, 
Page 940. 33 acs. remaining due, for 
trans, of John Herri eke. 

EPHAPHRODITUS LAWSON, 450 
acs. Up. Norf. Co., Jan. 9, 1643, Page 



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941. Lying on W. side of Mount Law- 
son Bay Cr., adj. land of Moore Fontle- 
roy & Tristram Nosworthy. Due for 
trans, of 9 pers., & also by assignment 
from John Carter, to whom it was as- 
signed by Peeter Mountegue. Walter 
Bishopp, Edward Roberts, Richard 
Mathews, Peter Freind, Geo. Seeker, 
John Newby, Richard Webb, Angell 
Lesting. 

THOMAS DEW, 750 acs. Up. Norf. 
Co., Jan. 7, 1643, Page 942. Upon the 
Ewd. side of the Swd. br. of Nansa- 
mund River, beg. at the mouth of 
Craney Cr. opposite to 2 small islands 
called Craney & New haven river, & 
adj. Randall Crew. 300 acs. by former 
patent & 450 acs. due for trans, of 9 
pers.: His own per. adv., Georg Speevy, 
William Broughton, Robert Fleming, 
Samuell JefTery, Henry Browne, John 
Corne, Elizabeth Tockwood. 

TOBY SDITH, 650 acs. of land 
called Humberston, Warwick River Co., 
Jan. 10, 1643, Page 943. Upon the 
head of the back river called Smith's 
Foard, adj. Thomas Faulkner & towards 
Thomas Bouldings land. Due by former 
patent. 

HENRY HAWLEY, 50 acs. Elizabeth 
(City) Co., Oct. 20, 1643, Page 944. 
Bounded on the N. by the Glybe & on 
W. by Hampton River. Due for trans, 
of Thomas Hatchway. 

ROBERT HAYES, 450 acs. Low. 
Norf. Co., Sept. 28, 1643, Page 944. 
Beg. to the Wwd. of the dwelling howse 
of Robert Hayes, opposite Samuel 
House. Trans, of 9 pers. Memo at- 
tached: "The severall names I cannot 
reade they are soe defaced." 

CAPT. ROBERT HUTCHINSON, 

\y 2 acs. James City Island, Feb. 22, 
1643. Page 944. Said land anciently 
belonging to Samll. Mole, bounded S. 
upon the river, N. towards Pasby Hayes, 
W. upon Jno. Osborne & towards the 
State Howse. 

JNO. BATT, 526 acs. James City Co., 
Nov. 7, 1643, Page 944. Lying at the 



head of the Eastermost br. of Back 
River called Drinking Swamp or Otter- 
dam Swamp, N. W. upon Walter 
Cooper, N. E. upon Mr. Secretary Kemp 
& S. E. towards Geo. Malen. Trans, of 
11 pers., 24 acs. remaining due: Jno. 
Dawby, Eliz. Dawby, Dorothy Batt, Jno. 
Smyth, Marg. or Mary Atkinson, Jno. 
Gladston, Humph. Tree, Rich, ap Rich., 
Rich. Simson, Garret Bryan. 

ENSIGNE THOMAS KEELING, 200 
acs. Low Norf. Co., alias Lynhaven, 
Nov. 9, 1643, Page 945. Near Fran. 
Land's plantation. Trans, of 4 pers. 

LT. FRANCIS MASON, 200 acs. 
Low. Norf. Co., Sept. 29, 1643, Page 
945. (Record partially destroyed). 
Mentions Jno. Holmes howse, towards 
Gyles Collings. Trans .of: Tho. Ward, 

Robert , Oliver Craftt, Joyce 

Wiser. 

SETH WARD, 350 acs. Henrico Co., 
Nov. 22, 1643, Page 946. N. N. W. 
up the 2 Mi. Cr., S. S. W. over against 
Varina, E. S. E. upon 3 Myle Swamp, 
extending towards 4 Myle Cr. & 
bounded at the end with a running 
brook called roundabout. 150 acs. by 
former patent, 50 acs. by purchase from 
Jno. Baker & 150 acs. for trans, of 3 
pers.: Jno. Wilkeson, Robt. Fleete, Jno. 
Miller. 

JOSEPH CROSHAWE, 350 acs. on 
the S. end of the Indian Feild, parallel 
with his own land until it meets with 
the land of Capt. Jno. West. Due sd. 
Crowshaw for trans, of 7 pers.: Jno. 
Pratt, Mary Green, Richd. Croshaw, Jos. 
Mesell, Wm. Large. (2 names de- 
stroyed). Oct. 19, 1643, P. 946. 

JOHN FOSTER, 300 acs. Northamp- 
ton Co., Oct. 23, 1643, Page 947. At 
the seaboard side, bounded on the S. by 
Mount wrys Cr. Trans, of 6 pers.: John 
Foster, Bridgett his wife, Geo. Exton, 
Francis Spencer, Richard Watkins, Gyles 
Hewet. 

OBEDIENCE ROBINS, 2,000 acs. 
Accomac Co., Nov. 2, 1643, Page 947. 
Adj. land of Mr. Wilkins, John Major, 
Mr. Tayler & his own land. Due by 
virtue of former patent. 



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JOHN MAJOR (MAYOR), 200 acs., 
Northampton Co., Nov. 10, 1643, Page 
947. On the N. side of Nuswattocks 
Cr., part thereof entitled the Sandy 
point. Due by former patent. 

JOHN WILKINS, 600 acs. North- 
ampton Co., Page 948. (No date). On 
/he Seaboard side, adj. Mr. Robins, 
Longborough Branch & land of John 
Waltham. By virtue of former patent. 

WILLIAM BERRYMAN, 800 acs. 
Northampton Co., Page 948. Bounded 
on the N. by a branch of Nuswattocks 
Cr. & land of Francis Martyn, on the S. 
by John Tolston & on W. by Garrett 
Andrews. Due for trans, of 10 pers. & 
by assignment of 350 acs. by Christo- 
pher Kirke, dated Oct. 20, 1640. Jonah 
Jackson, Robt. Jackson, Jane Jackson, 
Tho. Stanton, Millecent Cole, Arthur 
Emerson, Edmund Prince, Jno. Free- 
horne, Abraham Kelly, Wm. Peirce. 

JOHN MAJOR (MAYOR), 400 acs. 
Northampton Co., Sept. 4, 1643, Page 
948. At Nuswattocks Cr. Due by 
former patent. 

THOMAS SYMONDS, 800 acs., Oct. 
18, 1643, Page 949. Beg. at the head 
of John Terryes & Wm. Larke's land 
above the head of St. Michaells Cr., 



N. N. E. to George Worldridge. By 
virtue of former patent. 

BENJAMIN HARRYSON, 500 acs. 
James City Co., March 21, 1643, Page 
950. On the S. side of James River, on 
the Southerly side of Round Island 
Swamp. Due for trans, of 10 pers.: 
Watkin Downes, John Hely, Tho. 
Brooks, Mary Burges, Wm. Smith, Tho. 
Smith, Sarah Harding, John Davis, Jno. 
Clay, Peter , Negro. 

SAMLL. ABBOTT, 400 acs. James 
City Co., Apr. 10, 1644, Page 950. 
Near the head of Grays Cr., adj. land 
of John Corker, S. E. upon Smiths Fort 
Cr. Sd. land was formerly granted unto 
Thomas Gray & made void by not plant- 
ing or seating the same. Due sd. Ab- 
bott for trans, of: Hen. Hawkins, Wm. 
Johnson, John Johnson, Wm. Long, 

Richd. Philcock, Tho. Harris, James 
White, Eldred Thompson. 

PIERCE LENNON, 200 acs. Charles 
City Co., Feb. 28, 1642, Page 951. 
Between 2 creeks of Martin Brandon, 
near mouth of Wards Cr., opposite 
against Wayonoak Marsh, adj. James 
Merryman. Trans, of: Pierce Lennon, 
Rebecca his wife, Edmund Lennon, Wm. 
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Margarett Lady Culpeper, Thomas Lord 

Fairfax &c. Proprietors of the 

Northern Neck of Virginia 

to 

WILLIAM MERRIMAN, 68 acs. 
Lancaster Co., Chappie Parish, Nov. 

, 1694, Page 83. (Only a part 

of this record has been preserved ) . The 
following names appear in the metes 
and bounds: Beginning at a cedar post 
in Mr. Ed. Carter's old line * * * 
Robert Newsom, Samuel Parrs, William 
White, Daniel Arms. 

ROBERT BRENT, 300 acs. West- 
moreland Co., Nov. 28, 1694, Page 83. 
Originally granted to John Stereman, 
Sept. 15, 1651, who sold same to Tho- 
mas Yowell, who sol dto Edmond Brent 
June 20, 1655. (See Vol. 4, p. 163 re- 
will of Edmond Brent). 

JAMES NIPPERS, 100 acs. Northum- 
berland Co., Nov. 29, 1694, Page 86. 
Lying upon the E. side of Great Wic- 
cocomico. Whereas James Jarsey died 
seized of sd. land, without heir or dis- 
posing thereof by will the same es- 
cheated. John Harris, Gent., Collector 
for the Proprietors in sd. County, is 
authorized to collect 1,275 Lbs. of To- 
bacco to satisfy rent due. 

SAMPSON DARRELL, 200 acs. of 
land lying on the Doegs Run, Stafford 
Co., Nov. 28, 1694, Page 87. Beg. at 
corner tree of Nicholas Spencer, dec'd., 
& along Matthew Thompson's land. 
Surveyed by Theodorick Bland. 

ROBERT & GEORGE WADDIN- 
TON, 200 acs. Northumberland Co., 
Nov. 30, 1694, Page 87. Part of patent 
for 450 acs. granted to James Allen of 
sd. county, Sept. 26, 1661, upon whose 
death the same escheated. Ralph Wad- 
dinton, dying before grant issued, de- 
signed 150 acs. to his son Robert & 50 
to his son George. 

WALTER JENKINS, 500 acs. North- 
umberland Co., Nov. 30, 1694, Page 88. 
Thomas Dodson, of sd. county, dying 
without heirs & seized of 1,200 acs., 
granted by patent Nov. 29, 1658, the 
land was presented by Tames G^vlard as 
escheatine. Gaylard died before his 
patent was sealed & by will devised 



same to Ann his wife, who sold 500 acs. 
to sd. Jenkins July 19, 1682. Sd. land 
adj. Col. Lee& John Cousins. 

JAMES AUSTIN, 284 acs. Northum- 
berland Co., Fairfields Parish, Dec. 1, 
1694, Page 91. Symon Richardson died, 
without heirs, seized of this land which 
was part of a patent of 384 acs. granted 
July 10, 1661, & sd. land was presented 
for escheat by James Austin. Remainder 
of original patent sold to Thomas Jar- 
ratt by sd Richardson. 

JOHN HARRIS & JOHN HAYNIE, 
Senior, 200 acs. Northumb. Co., Dec. 1, 
1694, Page 92. Adj. Richard Routt, 
formerly John Chandler's, & Richard 
Rice. Consideration: Payment of re- 
quired composition. 

JOHN HARRIS, 150 acs. Northumb. 
Co., Fairfield, Dec. 1, 1694, Page 92. 
On the main branch of Scotts Creek, 
adj. John Downing, near land of George 
Peckaring. 

JOHN HAYNIE, SR., 400 acs. 
Northumb. Co., Dec. 1, 1694, Page 92. 
Bounding N. upon land of John Old- 
ham, E. on R. L. path, S. on William 
Matthews, dec'd. & W. on land of Col. 
William Traverse. 

EDWARD HARMS, 200 acs. in the 
forest of Nominie, Westmoreland Co., 
Dec. 8, 1694, Page 93. Be. on N. side 
of James Shinroe, to John Carpender, to 
Coscos Swamp. 

ISAAK ALLERTON, 1,050 Acs. 
Stafford Co., upon branches of Oquia & 
Austins run, adj. Henry Peyton, Nice 
Brent & John Pike. Dec. 8, 1694, Page 
94. Confirmation, adjusting bounds of 
former patent. 

PETER BACK, 400 acs. Staff. Co., 
Dec. 8, 1694, Page 95. Adj. Col. Al- 
lerton. Consideration: Payment of the 
required composition. 

WILLIAM FITZHUGH, 600 acs. 
Staff. Co.. Dec. 12, 1694, Page 96. 
Capt. Richard Dowding alias Dowdy, 
died seized of sd. land, & for want of 
heirs the same escheated. Adj. land of 
John Buckner, now in occupation of his 
son William Buckner, on the N. side 
thereof as by a division made betwixt 



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Hugh Dowding & John Buckner dated 
Apr. 11, 1663, to the Cabbin Br. & head 
of fthe br. that goes from Nath. Jones 
to Mr. Youngs. 

JOSIAS LONG, 150 acs. Northumb. 
Co., Dec. 17, 1694, Page 97. Part of a 
patent dated 1661 to James Allen for 
450 acs. in Fairfields Parish, who con- 
ceved 100 acs. thereof to Ralph Wad- 
dinton, & by his will dated Nov. 24, 
1672 devised the residue to several per- 
sons. (See Waddinton grant above). 

ALEXANDER NEWMAN, 50 acs. 
Richmond Co., between Farnam & Mar- 
rattico Creeks, beg. in the line of Robt. 
Palmer. Dec. 18, 1694, Page 98. Ed. 
Crooker died, without heirs, seized of 
this land & making no disposition of 
same by will, said land was presented 
for escheat by sd. Newman. 

THOMAS CHURCH, 124 acs. Staff. 
Co., on Marumsco Cr., Dec. 18, 1694, 
Page 99. Payment of required amount. 

WILLIAM HAMOCK, 300 acs. Rich- 
mond Co., on W. side of Totaskey, beg. 
at Daniel Swillivant, Dec. 18, 1694, 
Page 100. Part of patent formerly 
granted to Thomas Freswater by him 
sold to sd. Hamock, who now desires 
grant in his own name. 

JOHN WASHINGTON (Capt.) of 
Westmoreland Co., lying on upper Ma- 
choduck Cr., commonly called Matto- 
pony, up towards the house where Mr. 
Dade formerly lived, on S. side of Sims 
path, N. to line of Mr. Buckner. Dec. 
19, 1694, Page 101. Consideration: 
Payment of arrears in rents. Granted by 
patent dated 1653 to Andrew, who died 
without heirs or legal disposition of 
same. 

RICHARD WHITEHEAD, 393 acs. 
Staff. Co., beg. at corner tree of Capt. 
William Downing & Richard Fassaker, 
runing N. by E. near lower side of a 
main br. of Potowmack River, corner of 
sd. Downing & Ewd. Homes, now in 
possession of Capt. Malachy Peale. Dec. 
19, 1694, Page 102. Payment of com- 
position. 

PETER BAILE, 400 acs. Staff. Co., 
Dec. 18, 1694, Page 103. Adj. Col. 
Allerton. Payment of Composition. 



FRANCIS WADDINGTON, 500 acs. 
Staff. Co., Dec. 21, 1694, Page 103. 
Beg. in line of Thomas Matthews, adj. 
Edward Wheeler, & lying on Potomack 
Creek. Payment of composition. 

JOHN LANDMAN, 1,683 acs. on 
Totaskey Creek in Richmond Co., Dec. 

20, 1694, Page 104. 443 Acs. part here- 
of being surplus land within bounds of 
a parcel granted to Thomas Robinson 
& Ed. Lewis, Feb. 20, 1662, which land 
was by them sold to Samuel Mann & 
William Landman. Part hereof formerly 
granted to him the sd. John Landman, 
son & heir of William Landman, son & 
heir of William Landman, this grant 
being a confirmation of the whole. 

JOHN ROBINSON, 241 Acres on 
Wiccocomico River in Northumb. Co., 
Jan. 2, 1694/5. Being surplus land of 
patent for 300 acs. formerly granted to 
John & Henry Bradley & by them sold 
to sd. Robinson & John Wornham. 

DANIEL WHITE, 251 acs. West- 
moreland Co., Washington Parish, Dec. 

21, 1694, Page 106. Beg. on the S. 
side of land of Thomas Buckok, near 
Anthony Beard, upon N. side of Nan- 
jattico path, N. side of the Indian path. 
Payment of required composition. 

DANIEL WHITE, 292 acs. West- 
moreland Co., upon Attopin dam, Dec. 

22, 1694, Page 107. Beg. at the south- 
ermost bounds of George Thome's land 
which he bought of Adam Wofindall, 
extending along the main road W. S. 
W. to William Brown & Capt. Alexan- 
der. Payment as above. 

THOMAS WALLIS, 369 acres Staff. 
Co., on the main run of Potowmack Cr. 
Jan. 17, 1694/5, Page 108. Extending 
S. W. along land of Theodorick Bland 
to Potowmack run. Said land was en- 
tered & surveyed for Richard Fassaker 
in 1692 & by him sold to John Pike, 
who assigned to sd. Wallis. 

ABRAHAM FARROW, 400 acs. 
Staff. Co., on the N. E. side of Quanti- 
quot Cr., Jan. 18, 1694, Page 109. 
Whereas Capt. John Pine about 1675 
died seized of a certain plantation & 
400 acs. & in 20 years it being proven 
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son appeared to claim, occupy or pay 
the rents, the sd. land escheated. 

THOMAS GREGG, Junr., 200 acs. 
Staff. Co. upon Potowmack Cr., Jan. 
26, 1694/5, Page 109. Whereas Nicho- 
las Bullbrooke, of sd. county, died 
seized of sd. land, did in his lifetime 
desire & upon his death bed did verbally 
give the same to Thomas Gregg, Jr., 
but sd. verbal will to devise land not 
being good in law, sd. Gregg presents 
the above for escheat. Sd. land adj. E. 
upon Col. Henry Meese. 

JOHN SIMSON, 627 acs. Staff Co., 
on the N. W. side of Great Hunting 
Cr. Jan. 28, 1694/5, Page 110. Where- 
as John Carr & John Simson on Nov. 
20, 1678 patented sd. land, which was 
granted by Herbert JefFerys, who had 
no power to do so, & sd. Simson desir- 
ing to establish his right delivered his 
patent to the Proprietors office & prays 
for a new grant. +. 

GEORGE BRENT, 1,391 acs. Staff. 
Co., on the N. branch of Little Hunt- 
ing Cr., Jan. 28, 1694-/5, Page 111. 
Whereas Capt. George Brent on Nov. 
18, 1677 patented sd. land & the Pro- 
prietors having no office then open, the 
patent was granted by Herbert Jefferys, 
then Govr. of Va. 

ABRAHAM FARROWS, 400 acs. 
Staff. Co., Jan. 29, 1694/5, Page 112. 
Upon N. E. side of Quonticott Cr., N. 
W. upon a great marsh dividing this 
from land of Henry Walker. Part of 
escheated land of Col. John Pine, 100 
acs. of which was formerly sold to An- 
drew Watson, dec'd. 

GEORGE BRENT, 1,143 acs.. Staff. 
Co., Jan. 29, 1694/5, Page 113. Taken 
up by sd. Capt. Brent under warrant & 
grant issued in 1667 by Herbert Jefferys, 
Govr., the Proprs. at the time having 
no office in sd. county. Upon Great 
Hunting Cr. 

GEORGE BRENT, 555 acs. Staff. 
Co., Jan. 29, 1694/5, Page 114. In a 
fork of Little Hunting Cr. Confirmation 
of patent issued as in preceding grant. 

AUGUSTINE KNEATON, 104 acs., 
Staff. Co., Jan. 30, 1694, Page 116. 



Upon the W. side of Oquia Cr., on the 
S. side of Austin's run, beg. at the 
bridge that goes over Austins run to 
Dr. Hall's Landing, near land of Symo. 
Bowlin, now land of sd. Kneeton. 
Whereas Robert Hall & Edward Thomp- 
son on Nov. 28, 1678 patented sd. land, 
devised same to sd. Kneaton & his wife 
by their respective wills, the same is 
now presented for escheat in order to 
confirm title in name of Kneaton. 

AUSTINE KNEATON, 250 acs. 
Staff. Co., Jan. 30, 1694/5, Page 117. 
Lying upon Austins run. Whereas Tho- 
mas Bunberry, of sd. county, sold said 
land to Robert Taylor, Simo. Bowlin & 
others, giving bond for 7,000 Lbs. of 
tobacco, but died before he signed the 
deed & sd. Taylor & others having sold 
the land & assigned the bond to Hers. 
Gibson & Geo. Hilton, who brought a 
suit in chancery against William Banks, 
Gdn. of Thomas Bunberry, son of afore- 
sd. Thomas, to compel him to give a 
deed & confirm the land to them when 
he should come to age, before which 
time Gibson died & Banks married the 
widow of sd. Gibson. When Thomas 
Bunberry attained his majority sd. Banks 
took a deed from him in order to have 
land conveyed to sd. Kneeton who had 
ourchased the whole from Hilton, but 
before Banks had conveyed same he sud- 
denly died without will or heir, where- 
upon the land was presented for es- 
cheat & title confirmed by the Proprs. 
unto sd. Kneeton. 

GEORGE BRENT, 12 acs. Staff. Co., 
Jan. 30, 1694/5, Page 118. A small 
tongue neck or Island, with a small 
point of marsh, called b" the name of 
Wingintons Island, bounded on the S., 
E. & N. with Ocquia Cr. & Austins 
run & on the W. with land of Robert 
Hall, Edward Thomson & land of Nor- 
man, formerly Thomas Hyatt's. Said 
land was purchased from Augustine 
Kneeton, who became possessed thereof 
under the will of Ed. Thomson, who 
devised same for payment of his debts. 
Formerly taken up by Robert Hall fk the 
sd. Edward Thomason under patent from 
Robert Jefferys, Govr., & purchased by 
said Brent. 



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INDEX 



Abbott, Bryan 194; Christo. 196; Saml. 

183, 208, 199, 198. 
Abraham, Geo. 186. 
Acherson, Wm. 181. 
Acone, Thomas 191. 
Acton, Jon. 197. 
Adams, Jon. 192. 
Adams, Richard 201. 
Adkins, Georg 206; Richard 189. 
Adkinson, Christo. 190; Thos. 190. 
Adwell, Charles 195. 
Ahoshew, James 206. 
Aldrige, Margerie 188. 
Alexander, Robt. 194. 
Alice, Ellen 180. 
Allen, Francis 203; James 209, 210; 

Sanders 204; John 206; Wm. 181. 
Allerentia, Peter 183. 
Allerton, Isaak 209. 
Allison, Sarah 198. 
Amy, Wm. 191. 
Andrewes, Jenkin 200. 
Andrews, Garrett 187, 208; Israeli 197; 

Robt. 204; Roger 204; Wm. 204. 
Anderson, Roger 184. 
Apleton, Alice 204. 
Archellon, Marga 180. 
Archer, Georg 199; Wm. 196. 
Archerday, Tho. 204. 
Arden, Robt. 192. 
Armeson, Robert 204. 
Armestead, Wm. 183. 
Arms, Daniel 209. 
Arnold, Joyce 184; Margarett 184; 

Robt. 180. 
Aron, Rich. 202. 
Arris, Jon. 191. 
Arthurs, Alice 195; Christ. 195; James 

195. 
Arteine, Roger 189. 
Ashall, Georg 184. 
Ashcomb, John 183. 
Ashe, John 187. 
Assine, Alice 186. 
Asse, Andrew 202. 
Astin, John 201. 
Aston, Walter 204. 
Athor, James 205. 
Atkins, Anth. 205; Wm. 188, 183. 
Atkinson, Marg. 204; Marmaduke 198; 

Thos. 200. 
Atter, John 189. 



Atwell, Nicholas 180. 
Audry, Ellin 193. 
Auer, Tho. 191. 

Austin, James 209; Geo. 200; Tho. 192. 
Avery, Ann 199; Eliz. 184; Hen. 199; 
Jon. 198; Marke 200. 

B 

Babb, Thomas 185 ; Babister, Richd. 206. 

Back, Peter 209. 

Bade, Clement 184. 

Badge, John 197. 

Badby, Thos. 196. 

Badwall, Jon. 198. 

Bagly, Jon. 194; Thos. 187. 

Bagnall, James 202. 

Bagwell, Thos. 181, 197. 

Baile, Peter 210. 

Bainham, Thos. 202. 

Baker, Alice 188; Eliz. 201; John 186, 

195, 207; Martin 201. 
Balding, Francis 197. 
Bales, Tho. 180. 
Balfe, Oliver 205. 
Balistocke, Rich. 197. 
Ballard, Henry 194. 
Balver, Bevis 197. 
Bamforth, John 191. 
Bancroft, Wm. 181. 
Banks, Wm. 211. 
Bannister, Nicholas 187. 
Ban ton, Carrington 193. 
Baramus, Thos. 204. 
Barber, Wm. 181. 
Barcroft, Chas. 194. 
Barwood, Robt. 186. 
Barfeild, Tho. 206. 
Barker, Nicholas 185. 
Barland, Mr. 192. 
Barlow, Stafford 188. 
Barly, Roger 202. 
Barnaby, James 182; Sarah 182. 
Barnard, Wm. 189; Wm. 194. 
Barnes, Bar. 189; John 193; James 184; 

Martin 199. 
Barnett, Joseph 199; Nicholas 181; 

Francis 195. 
Barrow, John 197. 
Bartholomew, Hen. 206. 
Barton, Elias 195. 
Barwick, Wm. 203. 
Baskerville, Robt. 193. 
Bass, Gregory 189; Nathaniell 184. 



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Bastett, Francis 204. 

Bateman, Robt. 199. 

Barer, Chas. 190. 

Batho, John 190. 

Bathropp, Jon. 200. 

Ban, Dorothy 207; John 207; Michaell 
201; Wm. 202, 205. 

Bans, John 181. 

Batrum, Lawr. 200. 

Baugh, John 193. 

Baulke, Thos. 194; Wm. 183. 

Bawcocke, Tho. 192. 

Baxter, Elianor 196. 

Bay, John 186. 

Bayles, John 201. 

Bayly, Joane 180; John 189, 200; Mary 
200; Rebecca 206; Richard 205; 
Thos. 185. 

Baynham, Mary 205. 

Baynom, John 205. 

Baytes, 193. 

Beale, John 192. 

Beard, Anthony 210. 

Becham, Wm. 185. 

Bedle, Tho. 200. 

Beede, Tho. 195. 

Beffeild, Sarah 185. 

Bell, John 181, 197; Richard 198, 206; 
Wm. 187. 

Bedall, Gertrude 198. 

Belver, Bevis 205. 

Bembridge, Hen. 195. 

Benington, Jon. 192. 

Bennett, Alice 197; Ambrose 183, 199; 
Maudlin 191; Phillipp 206; Rich- 
ard 189, 192, 193, 196, 202; Sarah 
196; Widdow 192. 

Benton, Abigail 194; Alice 194; Isabell 
194; Joane 194; John 194, 198. 

Bernard, Thomas 185. 

Berry, Francis 204; James 188; John 
197; Robt. 187. 

Berryman, Wm. 208. 

Bersey, Jon. 191. 

Besairdier, Peeter 183; Reene 183. 

Besouth, James 201; Saml. 201. 

Besley, Walter 186. 

Best, Mary 184; Thos. 184. 

Bew, Robt. 184. 

Bewly, Ambrose 196. 

Bick, Fr. 181; Richard 181. 

Bicking, Capt. 186. 

Biffeild, Christo. 185. 

Biker, Ann 200. 

Billahea, Neale 192. 

Billin, Michaell 192. 

Billins, John 181. 



Binsteed, John 193. 

Bird Ashwell 198; Susan 186; Richard 

194. 
Bisley, Wm. 199- 
Bishopp, Walter 207; John 187; Wm. 

184; Fernandino 204. 
Biscoe, Mathew 200. 
Bivins, Margaret 198. 
Blackbourne, John 186. 
Blackhaws, Sanders 187. 
Blackston, Thos. 194. 
Blackwell, John 188. 
Blakin, Ralph 182. 
Bland, Edw. 181; Perregrin 190; Theo- 

dorick 209, 210. 
Blare, Wm. 204. 
Blatt, Thos. 198. 
Blear, Saml. 202. 
Bletslowe, Mathew 186. 
Blew, Edw. 193. 
Bloyse, Tho. 
Bodely, Arthur 194. 
Bodney, Henry 195. 
Bodyes, Antho. 187. 
Bohonnett, Patrick 184. 
Boid, John 206. 
Bond, Sarah 199. 
Bone, Wm. 199. 
Bonner, Rich. 202. 
Bony, Henry 199. 
Boone, Wm. 191. 
Booth, Jon. 191; Wm. 197. 
Boulding, Thos. 207, 184. 
Boules, John 188. 
Bowles, John 183. 
Bowlin, Symo. 211. 
Bowman, Walter 200. 
Boyce, Cheyney 202; Christo. 191, 198. 
Brace, Walter 198. 
Bradshaw, Robt. 182; Richard 200. 
Bradford, Susan 204; Tho. 182. 
Braithwaite, Georg 190. 
Bradley, Henry 188, 191, 206, 210; Jon. 

198, 210; Richard 203. 
Bramley, Hugh 184. 
Branch, Christo. 194. 
Brashridge, John 201. 
Brasseur, Robt. 183. 
Bra ugh, Edw. 195. 
Brawson, Geo. 200. 
Braydon, Edw. 189. 
Brent, Edmond 209; Geo. 211; Hugh 

197; Nice 209; Robt. 209. 
Brewer, Paule 200; Richard 183. 
Brewster, Richd. 198. 
Brice, Thos. 191, 204; Francis 206. 



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Bridges, John 192; Nich. 198; Thos. 

204. 
Bridwell, Thos. 186. 
Bright, John 195; Leonard 196. 
Bridgman, Daniell 203. 
Brignall, Richard 181. 
Brintwell, Robt. 204. 
Briste, Mathew 181. 
Broach, John 187. 
Brocas, Georg 193, Wm. 193. 
Brooke, Eliza 195; Gilbert 186; John 

187; Wm. 188. 
Brookes, Bestney 202; Richard 185, 196, 

Wm. 197. 
Brooks, Nicholas 181; Tho. 208. 
Broughton, Henry 200; Wm. 207. 
Broward, Robt. 195. 
Browne, Christo. 189; Ellen 189; Ellin 

199; Giles 187; Henry 205; John 

187, 195; Joyce 204; Nicho. 198; 

Rich. 195; Robt. 201; Thos. 182, 

185; Wm. 187, 191, 200, 210. 
Bruton, John 206. 
Bryan, Garret 207; Morgan 192. 
Buck, John 189; Tho. 182. 
Buckner, John 209; Wm. 209. 
Buckok, Thos. 210. 
Budge, John 182, 205. 
Bullard, Jon. 190. 
Bullbrooke, Nicho. 211. 
Buller, Tho. 206. 
Bullock, Richard 187. 
Bunberry, Thos. 211. 
Burbage, Tho. 193, 195. 
Burchell, Hen. 196. 
Burcher, Edwd. 200; Geo. 203. 
Burdett, Wm. 187. 
Burford, Geo. Jr. 203. 
Burges, Mary 208. 
Burgeyny, Rich. 192. 
Burgis, Richd. 182. 
Burnett, Robt. 184, 204. 
Burnham, John 204; Rowland 201. 
Burras, Mathew 190. 
Burtes, Richard 192. 
Burton, Wm. 206. 
Bushell, Nich. 191. 
Busse, Georg 197. 
Butler, Eliza. 202; John 197, 202; Mary 

202; Tho. 196; Saml. 185; Wm. 

202. 
Butcher, Tho. 200; Wm. 197, 206. 
Button, Eliz. 191. 



Cade, Wm. 184. 
Cadwallader, Humph 185. 



Cakebread, Jon. 206. 

Calvert, Dr. 192; Geo. 202; John 202. 

Cammack, Mary 194; Symon 194. 

Cane, Margarett 202. 

Cann, Tho. 204. 

Cannaday, Clement 194; John 198. 

Cannhoe, Wm. 193. 

Canny, Richard 186. 

Cappell, Wm. 192. 

Car, Wm. 188. 

Carde, Robt. 192. 

Carleton, Hen. 196. 

Carpender, Jon. 209; Francis 192; Roger 

204. 
Carr, Anth. 198; John 211. 
Carraway, Jon. 198; Joane 185. 
Carre, John 186. 
Carrow, Jon. 200. 
Carter, Chas. 202; Ed. 209; Hester 184; 

John 190, 206; Richard 190, 202; 

Thos. 180; Wm. 181, 196. 
Cartright, Jon. 192. 
Carver, Eliza 203; Lawr. 203. 
Cary, Richard 184. 
Cascill, John 198. 
Caslife, Tho. 198. 
Casson, Ann 203; Elizabeth 183; Thos. 

183. 
Cassen, Tho. 204, 205. 
Casteele, Wm. 206. 
Castle, Humph. 203. 
Cater, Georg 196. 
Catesby, June 180. 
Causey, Jane 182; Tho. 181, 183, 186, 

196. 
Causon, Nehemiah 201. 
Cave, Patrick 186. 
Caves, Mandolin 180. 
Ceely, Margery 184. 
Caddworth, Tho. 206. 
Chamberlane, Jon. 200. 
Chamberlin, Christ. 200. 
Chambers, Francis 197; John 192; Tho. 

200. 
Champion, John 203. 
Chandler, Eliz. 180; John 180, 209; 

Susan 186; Wm. 186. 
Chaplin, John 186. 
Chapman, Barbary 193; Jon. 192; 

Mathew 190; Wm. 190. 
Chappell, Robt. 191. 
Charles, Wm. 203. 
Charleton, Steph. 187. 
Charnocke, John 203. 
Cherry, Franc 205. 
Cheesman, Edmond 181; Edward 180; 

John 181, 185. 



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Chessome, Richard 202. 

Cheton, Marke 195. 

Chigain, Wm. 185. 

Child, Tho. 195. 

Chiles, Walter 197. 

downing, Geo. Jr. 180, 191, 204. 

Christer, Jon. 

Christian, Richard 200. 

Christmas, Dictoris 193; Izabell 193. 

Church, Tho. 210. 

Clarke, Edw. 200; Michaell 186; Phil- 

lipp 186; Randall 197; Rich. 199; 

John 183; Thos. 200; Wm. 190. 
Clary, Thos. 197. 
Clay, John 201, 208, 197. 
Clayborne, Wm. 205. 
Clayton, Tho. 180. 
Clements, Cornelius 202. 
Clement, Rich. 188. 
Cleveden, Wm. 191. 
Clewley, Eliz. 206. 
Clifford, Oliver 184. 
Clifton, Richard 196. 
Closse, Patrick 185. 
Cloud, Robt. 204. 
Cloyden, Sarah 206. 
Coate, Abra. 194. 
Cobb, Jos. 202. 
Cock, Ann 189. 
Cockcroft, Georg 186. 
Cockett, John 206. 
Codne, Mary 195. 
Coffeild, Gresham 182. 
Coggin, Thos. 197. 
Compton, John 203. 
Conden, John 192. 
Cone, David 184. 
Conway, Aron, 191. 
Connoway, Jarman 198. 
Connydon, John 189. 
Cooke, Adam 195; Alice 197; Christ. 

204; Edw. 195; John, Mordecay 

198; Richard 205; Tho. 183; Wm. 

186, 199. 
Cooper, Ann 199; John 181; Justinian 

199, 203; Lewis 202; Peeter 206; 

Richard 184, 193; Tho. 191, 198; 

Walter 203, 207. 
Coots, Jon. 203. 
Copeland, Christo. 205. 
Copleston, Annias 180. 
Corde, John 196. 
Corke, Wm. 182. 
Corker, John 182, 196, 208. 
Cormack, Daniel 202. 
Corne, John 207. 
Correll, Tho. 198. 



Cousins, John 209; Lee 209. 

Covell, John 187. 

Cossen, Henry 200. 

Cotton, Wm. 192. 

Cox, Jon. 194; Mary 203; Wm. 194, 

203. 
Coxe, Wm. 191. 
Colchester, Ann 202. 
Coldron, Symon 187. 
Cole, Ann 188; Antho. 184; Edw. 186; 

Millecent 208; Tho. 182; Wm. 206 
Coleman, Antho. 201; Henry 193, 194. 
Colkbrand, Thos. 206. 
Collett, Richard 197; John 188; Mar- 

garett 182. 
Collins, Richard 184. 
Collings, Gyles 207. 
Collis, Edw. 195. 
Colmer, Thos. 200. 
Colton, Nicho. 204. 
Crafford, Dorothy 191. 
Craftt, Oliver 207. 
Cranage, Wm. 183. 
Craven, Tho. 194. 
Crawes, Henry 184. 
Crawly, Michaell 187. 
Creame, Samll. 
Creedle, Richard 192. 
Crew, Jon. 191 ; Randall 191, 207. 
Cricklock, Jon. 192. 
Cripps, Zachariah 206. 
Crispe, James 200; Jon. 198. 
Crooker, Ed. 210. 
Crosby, Hen. 198. 
Croshawes, Desire 181. 
Croshaw, Joseh 181, 190, 199, 207; 

Richd. 207. 
Cross Nich. 203; Katherine 206. 
Crosse, Katherine 197. 
Croxon, Alice 181. 
Cullin, Joane 196. 
Culpepper, Margarett Lady 209. 
Cumber, John 181. 
Cunningham, Nehemiah 187. 
Curtice, Alice 184. 
Curtis, Tho. 189, 198; Eliza. 204. 



Dadson, Tho. 200. 

Daeman, Jon. 205. 

Dalby, Jon. 191. 

Dale, Edw. 194; Lady 187. 

Dallin, Wm. 200. 

Dam, Eliza. 204. 

Damson, Jon. 192. 

Dansy, John 182. 

Dancey, John 191 ; Wm. 184. 



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Daniell, John 196. 

Darling, Richard 184. 

Darrell, Sampson 209. 

Davenport, Edw. 204. 

David, Evan 184. 

Davis, Eliz. 189, 194; Evan 201; James 

182; John 200, 194, 208; Margarett 

195; Mary 194, 195; Richard 181; 

Robt. 203, 197, 193; Saml. 194; 

191; Thos. 197, 206, 202. 
Dawber, Edmund 198. 
Dawby, Eliz. 207; Jno. 207. 
Dawson, John 192. 
Dayes, John 195. 
Deane, Wm. 198. 
Deacon, Thos. 192. 
Deare, Joseph 180. 
Death, Eliz. 184; Rich. 184. 
Debnam, Wm. 192. 
Degaris, Elias 205. 
Deines, John 181. 
Delahayes, Gringall 187. 
Delvis, Alice 187. 
Demacheto, Christian 203. 
Denchfeild, Jeffery 204. 
Denham, Wm. 181. 
Deratt, Chas. 197. 
Dent, Eliza. 204. 
Devall, Jon. 194, 195. 
Dew, Thos. 206, 197, 207. 
Deweex, David 187. 
Dickens, Wm. 206. 
Dickinson, Antho. 184. 
Digwell, Nich. 191. 
Dix, Jon. 192. 
Dixon, Geo. 202 ; Wm. 194. 
Dobson, Edw. 205; Richard 203. 
Dodd, Jon. 194; Tho. 198. 
Dodrnan, John 180. 
Dodsley, Tho. 202. 
Dodson, Thos. 209. 
Done, Wm. 200. 
Donn, Arthur 205. 
Donnings, Georg 196. 
Dorrell, Wm. 200. 
Dorsett, Jon. 203. 
Dowling, Fr. 200. 

Downes, Walter 189; Watkin 208. 
Downing, John 209; Richard 210; Wm. 

210. 
Dowding, Hugh 209; Richard 209. 
Dowdy, Richard 209. 
Dowse, Chas. 199. 
Draper, Robt. 191. 
Dratt, Anth. 200. 
Dreaton, Jon 194. 
Drew, Jon. 195. 



Drewett, John 200. 
Drummond, Wm. 182. 
Dunnings, Georg 198. 
Dupen, James 194. 
Durant, Wm. 196. 
Durrington, Richard 201. 
Dyas, John 188. 
Dyos, Thos. 190. 

E 
Eager, Tho. 199. 
Eartes, Joane 189. 
East, Thos. 194; Wm. 201. 
Eastwood, Richard 186. 
Eaton, John 201; Nathaniell 192; Peter 

184. 
Edden, John 193. 
Ediford, Wm. 203. 
Edgar, Chas. 195. 
Edloe, Alice 204. 
Edward, Eliz. 182. 
Edwards, Robt. 204; Saml. 191; Wm. 

191, 199, 205. 
Edwin, James 186; Thos. 186. 
Eldrege, Saml. 199. 
Ellice, Elianor 181. 
Elliott, Antho. 202; Wm. 202. 
Ellis, David 194; Isaac 185; John 188; 

Sarah 199; Michaell 188; Willi. 

184. 
Elye, Robt. 189. 
Emerson, Arthur 208; Nicho. 188; 

Thos. 188. 
England, Francis 196, 203; Sarah 197; 

Humph. 203. 
English, Abraham 193; Joane 192; Wm. 

189, 192. 
Epers, Robt. 200. 
Epps, Francis 187. 
Errington, Richard 189. 
Erwin, Georg 188. 
Ethirton, Samll. 200. 
Evans, Christ. 200; Henry 188; Jane 

200; John 188; Jon. 194, 197; 

Rachell 196; Tho. 191, 200, 202. 
Ewens, Ann 196; John 196. 
Ewin, Richard 200. 
Ewins, Clement 199; Wm. 203. 
Exton, Geo. 207. 
Eyres, Jon. 192; Robt. 187; Wm. 186, 

195. 

F 
Faire, Mathew 200; Richard 200. 
Fairfax, Thos. 209; Wm. 200. 
Falston, Eliz. 191. 
Farly, Ann 203. 
Farmer, Andrew 210. 
Farrows, Abra. 211. 



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Farrow, Abra. 210. 

Fassaker, Richard 210. 

Faulconer, Thos. 184. 

Faulkner, Thos. 207. 

Feasly, Robt. 199. 

Fee, Neale 192. 

Feild, Chas. 199; Ann 202; James 196; 

Tho. 202. 
Felgate, Erasmus 181; John 182, 183; 

Judith 181; Margarett 181; Robt. 

181. 
Fells, Jon. 198. 
Felton, John 191. 
Fenman, Nich. 205. 
Fenn, Tymothy 194; Wm. 186. 
Fenton, Hen. 183. 
Fentrice, Robt. 198. 
Ferynes, Wm. 204. 
Fetherston, Ellen 189. 
Firment, Saml. 185. 
Fisher, Edw. 192; Eliz. 184; Jon. 180; 

204. 
Fitchett, John 196. 
Fitzhugh, Wm. 209. 
Flake, Robt. 182. 
Fleete, Robt. 207. 
Fleming, Richard 203; Robt. 207. 
Fletcher, Antho. 187; John. 204; Mich- 

aell 194; Peter 200; Tho. 204. 
Flint, Thos. 185. 
Flinton, Farrer 203; Pharoe 186. 
Flood, Richard 186. 
Flowerdew, Eliza. 198. 
Floyne, Joane 185; John 185. 
Foad, John 204. 
Fontleroy, More 192, 207. 
Foord, Adrian 204. 
Forke, Tho. 204. 
Forshew, Hugh 186. 
Foscett, Symon 188; Robt. 189. 
Foster, Bridgett 207; Giles 203; James 

195; John 184, 207; Mary 199; 

Wm. 187, 206. 
Fowler, Francis 182, 183; Mary 205. 
Francis, Bedford 199; James 184; John 

189, Rebecca 191. 
Franke, Robt. 192. 
Frayle, Tego 195. 
Freehorn, Jno. 208. 
Freeman, Ann 193; Bennett 184; 

Biidges 182, 184; John 195; Robt. 

185, 195; Wm. 189. 
Freeme, Ann 202; John 197, 202. 
Freind, Peter 207. 
Fremes, John 201. 
Frere, Robt. 185. 
Freswater, Thos. 210. 



Frowme, Eliza. 189. 
Frye, Wm. 184, 203. 
Frybill, Jacob 206. 
Fuller, Alex. 202. 
Fulliamb, Antho. 



Gallard, Wm. 200. 

Gany, Alice 191. 

Gapinge, Wm. 201. 

Gardiner, Thos. 196. 

Garner, Ellen 185; Wm. 186. 

Garnum, Richard 183. 

Garrett, Eliz. 199; John 185, 186, 191; 

Robt. 180; Thos. 181; Wm. 188. 
Gate, Tho. 181. 
Gates, Jon. 204. 
Gaunt, Jeffery 188. 
Gayland, Ann 209; James 209. 
Geabe, John 185. 
Georg, Griffith 203; John 185, 187; 

Robt. 193. 
Gerey, Jon. 194. 
Gerrard, Gilbert 200. 
Gerris, Stephen 197. 
Gerrish, John 185. 
Gibbons, John 187; Oliver 189. 
Gibson, Hers. 211; Jon. 202; Nich. 198 
Giles, John 189; James 181. 
Gill, Richard 204; Stephen 181, 191, 

199. 
Gilbert, Georg 203; Jane 204; Robt. 

203. 
Gilla, Marke 185. 
Gillingham, Henry 193. 
Gisfry, Richard 197. 
Gladston, Jno. 207. 
Glanfeild, Joane 193. 
Glascocke, Jane 203; Thos. 202. 
Glight, Thos. 196. 
Glover, Morgan 203. 
Goardland, Tho. 204. 
Godbeare, Hester 180. 
Godfrey, Wm. 183. 
Goldborne, Edw. 192; Mary 183. 
Goodgaine, Henry 189. 
Goodnought, Luke 186. 
Goods, Wm. 199. 
Goodwin, Sarah 204. 
Gookin, John 187, 204; Daniel 190, 

195; Mary & Saml. 195. 
Gosling, Jon. 201. 
Grace, Georg 182, 183. 
Granger, Wm. 187. 
Grasheare, John 203. 
Graves, Gerry 187; Robt. 200. 
Gray, Thos. 208. 



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Grayne, Jonathan 180. 

Gregg, Thos. 211. 

Greene, James 192; Mary 207; Peter 

192; Richard 196. 
Greenville, Jas. 198. 
Gregson, Richard 186. 
Grey, Jeremiah 186; Richard 186; Thos. 

187. 
Gridwell, Henry 205. 
Griffin, Hopkin 200; John 187; Mathew 

204; Tho. 187, 193, 194. 
Griffith, Ralph 184; Tho. 199. 
Grimes, Ann 189; Edw. 203. 
Grindall, Mr. 186. 
Grinett, John 194. 
Gringer, Robt. 202. 
Grinwood, Mary 184; Thos. 184. 
Grunsdish, Jon. 192. 
Grunsditch, John 203. 
Guilham, John 188; Thos. 188. 
Gum, Humph. 204. 
Gun, Margery 191. 
Gumer, Georg 194; Tho. 189. 
Gunston, Antho. 189. 
Guyer, Robt. 197; Thos. 197. 
Gwin, Hugh 190. 
Gwyn, Ann 197; Hugh 197, 198. 
Gyer, Thos. 203. 

H 
Hacker, John 201, 203. 
Hack, Isaac, 200. 
Hackett, Thos. 189. 
Haddy, John 193. 
Hadwell, Wm. 206. 
Haies, Alex. 203; Isabell 203; Nath. 

203; Robt. 203. 
Haines, Katherine 203; Richard 203. 
Haire, James 198. 
Hamblyn, Stephen 196. 
Haming, Wm. 187. 
Hamock, Wm. 210. 
Hampton, Eliza, Grace, Joane, Wm. 

184; John, Thos. 197. 
Hammer, Humph. 181. 
Hammore, Humph. 199. 
Hanby, Rich. 199; Sarah 199. 
Hance, Wm. 186. 
Hankin, Georg 184. 
Hanna, Capp 193. 
Hanscomb 204. 
Halberton, Walter 191. 
Hale, Ann 184. 
Hales, John 193. 
Hall, Jon. 200; Robt. 191, 211. 
Halley, Lyonell 193. 
Hallack, Andrew 200. 



Hallington, Arthur 182. 

Hallome, Frances, Robt. 195. 

Halmer, Morris 204. 

Halsey, Jon. 182. 

Harbard, Ann 188. 

Harbott, Richard 200. 

Hardie, Georg 203. 

Hardy, Thos. 197. 

Harding, Georg 197; Joane 186; Sarah 

208. 
Hardwin, Grace 206. 
Hargas, Geo. 194. 
Harkwood, Benj. 199. 
Harland, Georg 198. 
Harlow, Ann 188; John, Stephen 188. 
Harlowe, John 196. 
Harltree, Elias 188. 
Harmata, Abraham 193. 
Harmor, Ambrose 183. 
Harnis, Edw. 209. 
Harmer, Chas. 187. 
Harper, John 190. 
Harrington, Edw. 200; Ralph 186. 
Harris, Anthony 187; Eliza 196; Elias 

191; Israeli 206; Jane 193; Jon. 

191; John 188, 209; Richard 189; 

Thos. 208; Roger 202; Wm. 206. 
Harrison, Edw. 197; John 186; Jon. 

198. 
Harryson, Benj. 208. 
Harsnett, John 203. 
Hart, Daniel 184. 
Harte, Thos. 192. 
Hartley, Tho. 198. 
Hartwell, John 190. 
Harwood, Georg 205; Peter 184; Thos. 

200, 205, 206; Humph. 195. 
Harvy, Lady 205; Henry 184; Mary 

182; Rice 186; Thos. 182. 
Haskins, Bartho. 192. 
Hasleton, Priscilla 202; Symon 204. 
Haslington, 202. 
Hassord, John 182. 
Hatcher, Sarah 180. 
Hatchett, Eliz. 195. 
Hatchway, Thos. 207. 
Hatfeild, Wm. 186. 
Hatton, John 206. 
Havett, Wm. 195. 
Havord, Alice 185. 
Haw, Hamlett 191. 
Hawkins, Hen. 208; Phillipp 201. 
Hawley, Alice, Ann, Francis, James 184, 

204; Henry 207; Leonard 200. 
Haward, John 195. 
Hawten, Richard 204. 



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219 



Hayes, Ann 203; Richard 198; Robt. 

194, 207. 
Hayles, Jer. 180. 
Haynes, Alley 186; Richard 198. 
Haynie, John 209. 
Hayward, Wm. 193. 
Haywood, Wm. 204. 
Heardes, Henry 196. 
Heath, Ferdinand 195; Tho. 183. 
Heanes, Phillipp 190. 
Heily, Ewin 202; John 208. 
Herricke, John 206. 
Herrick, Tho. 180. 
Herring, John 187; Jon. 192. 
Hewet, Gyles 207. 
Hewes, Richmond 194. 
Heyman, Mrs. 195. 
Heward, Wm. 201. 
Hexon, Ralph 188. 
Hickes, John 187. 
Hickins, Francis 189. 
Hickman, Sarah 187. 
Hide, Saml. 202. 
Higginson, Christo. 197; Eliza. 198, 

Humph. 193; Peter 188; Wm. 181. 
Hill, Edw. 197; Mary, Robt. 196; Rose 

181; Thos. 189, 194, 202. 
Hinde, Wm. 188. 
Hilton, Geo. 211. 
Hinton, John 196. 
Hird, Henry 197. 
Hitchcox, Hen. 195. 
Hitton, Henry 205. 
Hobbs, Jone 205 ; Thos. 190. 
Hobert, Bertram, Sarah 192. 
Hockaday, Wm. 189, 190. 
Hoddin, John 204, 205. 
Hodges, Joane 184; John 206. 
Hoe, Rice 180, 201, 204. 
Holden, Jon. 180. 
Holland, Francis 202. 
Holloway, John 192. 
Holliffe, Jon. 191. 
Hollenby, Dyan 193. 
Hollis, John 185, 191. 
Holmes, David 205; Georg 180, 194; 

Jno. 207; Rebecca 180. 
Holt, Robt. 206; Randall 200. 
Homes, Edw. 210. 
Hone, John 189. 
Honnywood, Robt. 180. 
Hooke, Wm. 202. 
Hooker, Tho. 204. 
Hooper, Jon. 202. 
Hope, Archers 200. 
Hopkins, John 190; Robt. 190; Tho. 

204; Wm. 185. 



Hopos, Robt. 195. 

Hopton, Wm. 189. 

Hormebrooke, Arthur 188. 

Horner, Thos. 193. 

Horsley, Robt. 181. 

House, Saml. 207. 

How, John 203. 

Howe, John 189. 

Howard, Wm. 187. 

Howell, Watkin 184. 

Howgate, Tho. 185. 

Howtree, Mary 194. 

Hubbard, John 191. 

Hublard, Rich. 191. 

Huby, Samll. 203. 

Huckle, Andrew 203. 

Hues, Richard 197. 

Huett, Francis 193. 

Hughes, Tho. 188, 194, 200, 201, 203. 

Hull, de Cornelius 194; David, Edw., 

Eliz., Geo. 205. 
Humphrev, Wm. 204. 
Hunt, Ralph 180; Tho. 205. 
Hunter, Jon. 192. 
Huntley, Hen. 192. 
Huntington, Andrew 190; Lydia 190. 
Hurim, Nowell 188. 
Hutchins, Eliz. 189- 
Hutchinson, Edw. 182; Robt. 186, 196, 

201, 207. 
Hyatt, Thos. 211. 
Hyde, Phillipp 196. 
Hynde, Tho. 196. 
Hynes, Marinus 188; Richard 188; 

Sarah 188. 

I 

Iden, Hen. 204. 

Ingram, Rich. 198. 

Isaac, Christ. 204. 

Isom, Edw. 188. 

Ireland, John 182, 202; Wm. 190. 

Isum, Math. 200. 

Ives, Robt. 200. 



Jackgive, John 181. 

Jackson, Eliza. 195; Hen. 191; Jone 

208; John 183; Jonah 208; Patrick 

187; Richd. 206, 184, 186, 203; 

Robt. 208; Saml. 198; Walter 200; 

Wm. 198. 
Jacob, Martha 188; Richard 196; Wm. 

204, 198, 205. 
Jacobson, Wm. 199. 
James, Robt. 190; Saml. 204; Wm. 189. 



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Jasper, John 186. 

Jarratt, Thos. 209. 

Jarre, John 188. 

Jarrett, John 188. 

Jarsey, James 209. 

Jeffers, John 181; Tho. 192. 

Jeffery, Saml. 207. 

Jefferys, Herbert 211; Robt. 211; Thos. 

192. 
Jenings, John 205. 
Jenkin, David 198. 
Jenkins, Alice 191; John 180; Kather- 

ine 205; Sabinia 205; Tho. 193; 

Wm. 199. 
Jennings, Edw., Nath. 201 ; Mathew 

191; Symon 204. 
Jervis, Thos. 189. 
Joanes, David 204; Thos. 188. 
Johnson, Alice 184, 181; Edw. 202; 

Eliz. 181; Hen. 192; John 208; 

Jon. 191, 198; Joseph 194; Mary 

192; Peter 186; Walter 185; Wm. 

180, 189, 204, 208. 
Jones, Anthony 199; Evan 197; Eliza 

185, 182; Foulke 196; Hen. 191; 

Howell 191; James 187; Jon. 191, 

205; Nath. 209; Nich. 198; Phillip 

185; Reynold 194; Tho. 195, 191, 

188; Walter 195; Wm. 192, 193, 

188 182 181 
Jolly, John 197; Joseph 200; Thos. 190. 
Jordan, Georg 191; Thos. 201. 
Jorden, Saml. 188; Thos. 185. 
Joyner, Raphaell 182, 184. 
Judd, Christ., Eliz. 195. 
Julian, Wm. 188. 
Junior, Wm. 184. 
Jurnew, Mr. 181. 

K 

Kayupp, Kath. 204. 

Kallaway, Kath. 197. 

Keath, Christ. 204. 

Kedbey, Thos. 

Keeling, Thos. 183, 207. 

Kelly, Abra. 208. 

Kembell, Thos. 192. 

Kemp, Richard 199; Tho. 198. 

Kenny, James 193. 

Kerbye, Thos. 193. 

Keth, Georg. 

Keye, Tho. 188. 

Kichley, Tho. 190. 

Kicke, Wm. 202. 

Kickett, Christ. 193. 

Kigan, Karbery 187. 

Kimberlin, Jon. 197. 



Kinford, Nicholas 186. 

King, Alice 184; Ann 197; Eliz. 189; 

John 197, 204; Kather. 197; 

Mathew 201; Mathias 187; Wm. 

191. 
Kingsbury, Jon. 191; Robt. 189. 
Kingsley, Wm. 191. 
Kingsmell, Elizabeth 183. 
Kingswell, Tho. 189- 
Kinse, Abigail, Edw. Jr., Edw. Sr., 

Elianor, Eliza 182. 
Kirby, Richard 198. 
Kirke, Christo. 196, 208. 
Knapp, Wm. 187. 
Kneaton, Augustine 211. 
Knight, Jon. 197; Edmund 188; Peter 

204; Tomasin 201; Wm. 194. 
Knighton, John 200. 
Knipe, Bartho. 188. 
Knott, Richard 194. 
Knowles, Nich. 191. 
Kyrnes, Edw. 185. 

L 

Laighton, Eliz. 183; Wm. 183. 

Laith, Jon. 197. 

Lake, Geo. 199. 

Lamb, Robt. 189. 

Land, Fran. 207. 

Langfeild, John 193. 

Langford, Walter 200. 

Lambrey, Domnick 200. 

Lammore, Marsey 195. 

Landman, John 210; Wm. 210. 

Lane, John 203. 

Lanstones, Elady 187. 

Lapworth, Michaell 204. 

Large, Robt. 204; Wm. 207. 

Larke, Wm. 208. 

Lasting, Jossy 200. 

Latchett, Robt. 180. 

Lattimore, Clement 197. 

Langlv, John 188. 

Laurell, Penelope 185. 

Law, Mary 205. 

Lawrence, Benj. 193; Eliza, Robt. 188; 

Georg 186; Joane 201; John 189; 

Robt. 189, 203; Wm. 199, 201, 

202. 
Lawson, Epa., Lettice, Rowland, Wm. 

192; Epa. 182, 206. 
Lawtheat, Robt. 182. 
Layden, John 185. 
Laynes, Robt. 205. 
Leake, Andrew 193; John 189; Richard 

202. 



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221 



Lee, Ann 189; Richard 205, 185, 189. 

Leigh, Jon. 202; Mary 189; Wm. 189. 

Lennon, Edmund, Pierce, Rebecca 208. 

Lester, Ralph 204. 

Lesting, Angell 207. 

Lether, John 188. 

Lewis, Ed. 210; Jon. 180, 191, 200; 

Kath. 198. 
Levitt, Alice 205 ; Georg 205, 198, 193. 
Lewellin, Daniell 188, 195. 
Lewin, John 192. 
Leydon, John 202. 
Lide, Richard 194. 
Lingford, Nich. 191. 
Line, Hen. 199. 
Lineer, Marke 191. 
Lippett, Jon. 197. 
Little, Jane 182. 
Littlewood, Eliza. 199. 
Lisle, Tho. 186. 
Lobb, Georg 182. 
Lock, Wm. 193. 
Loftis, Willi. 193. 
Long, James 188; John 204; Josias 210; 

Richard 186; Robt. 204; Wm. 208. 
Love, Richard 193. 
Loveing, Thos. 194. 
Loyd, John 197, 200; Morris 191; Wm. 

198. 
Lucas, Wm. 181. 
Luddington, Allen 198. 
Ludlow, Georg 185, 191. 
Luggett, Georg 191. 
Lunmore, Mercy 185. 
Lupo, Wm. 204. 
Lyke, Anne 191. 
Lyle, Daniell 201. 
Lylley, John 189. 

M 
Mabb, Tho. 209. 
Mackworth, Arthur 200. 
Madden, Edward 188. 
Maddison, Jon. 195. 
Madrin, Owen 182. 
Magnor, Ellin 193; Chas. 193. 
Magson, Jon. 200. 
Mahoone, John 206. 
Mainson, Jon. 200. 

Maior, Eliz. 192; Georg 204; Richard 
181, 199; Robt. 195; Wm. 202. 
Malen, Geo. 207. 
Mann, Nich. 199; Saml. 210. 
Mansell, David 196. 
Marbery, Richard 187. 
Marcy, Thos. 186. 
Markes, Jon. 202; Peter 202. 



Martin, Nich., Richd. 191; Robt. 204; 

Francis 182; John 203. 
Martyn, Patience 185; Francis 208. 
Mascall, Wm. 197. 
Masgarke, Jaques 186. 
Marsam, Edw. 188. 
Marsh, Thos. 181. 

Marshall, Ann 198; John 197; Wm. 203 
Mason, Ann, Francis, Mary 191 ; Francis 

207; John 187, 192, 201; Robt. 

195. 
Maston, Wm. 196. 

Mathewes, Saml. 191, 200; Thos. 186. 
Mathews, John 180, 198; Richard 207; 

Robt. 204; Thos. 210; Wm. 209. 
Mathis, Ann 181. 
Matrom, John 181. 
Matrum, John 189. 
Mauldin, Francis 186, 191, 204. 
Maulson, Edw. 193. 
May, Edw. 204; Jon. 199, 193; Nicho. 

187; Richard 195. 
Maze, Robt. 202. 
Mead, Jon. 199, 183. 
Meakes, John 190. 
Meckworth, Arthur 182. 
Medland, Geo. 198. 
Medlecoe, Joseph 203. 
Medley, Robt. 184. 
Melham, James 202. 
Menifies, Mr. 192. 
Mercer, John 191. 
Merrick, Thos. 203. 
Merry, Jon. 200. 
Merryman, Ann 206; James 208; Wm. 

209. 
Mesell, Jos. 207. 
Messenger, Hercules 181. 
Methold, Tho. 200. 
Midleton, John 181, 191. 
Mike, Ann 194. 
Miles, Barbara 190; Robt. Jr. 190; Wm. 

191; Robt. 183. 
Millen, Barthol. 195. 
Miller, Jno. 207. 
Mills, Jon. 192, 198; Lewis 195. 
Milton, Richard 202; Tho. 183. 
Minine, Chas. 206; Geo. 182, 199, 186. 
Minor, Katherine 205. 
Mitchell, Edw. 205; Wm. 180. 
Mole, Saml. 207. 
Mondy, John 186. 
Morggon, Allen 191. 
Moold, Francis 200. 
Moore, Jon. 200; Joseph 193; John 

204; Henry 201. 
Mooreland, Thos. 189. 



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Cavaliers and Pioneers 



Moone, Abra. 192; John 197. 

Morecroft, Edmond 191. 

Morgan, Alice 205; Francis 189, 190; 
Jon. 195; Meredeth 184; Richd. 
195, 197; Tho. 195; Wm. 183, 
205, 188. 

Morphew, Michaell 185. 

Morrey, Eliz. 184. 

Morrice, Nicho. 184; Richard 184. 

Morris, Evan 205; John 205, 189; Rich- 
ard 204, 191 ; Sarah 206; Wm. 203, 
204. 

Morrey, Thos. 204, 184. 

Morte, Jesper 191. 

Mosely, Robt. 183; Wm. 195. 

Momford, Richard 187. 

Moulder, Jon. 199. 

Mountegue, Peter 181, 207. 

Moyses, Theoderett 191; Theodor 205. 

Murcocke, Georg 194. 

Murrev, Sanders 204. 

Muse, Henry 211. 

Muxford, John 203. 

Mudd, Peter 182. 



N 

Neale, Henry 202; John 191; Wm. 191. 

Netlefeild, Georg 197. 

Newberke, Robt. 180. 

Newby, John 207. 

Newland, John 184. 

Newman, Alexr. 210; Alice 184; Jon. 

195 ; John 203 ; Richard 186. 
Newsom, Robt. 209. 
Newsum, James 190. 
Nichols, Fr. 184; Wm. 186. 
Nicholson, Eliz. 180. 
Nippers, James 209. 
Noble, Michaell 203. 
Norman, Henry 190. 
Norrice, Robt. 201 ; Thos. 206. 
North, John 188. 
Norris, Richard 199. 
Norwood, Richard 204. 
Nosworthy, Tristram 207. 

O 

Oberts, Mr. 193. 

Offley, Nicho. 190. 

Okeley, Robt. 191. 

Oldham, John. 

Oldum, Eliz., James, Pearcy 206. 

Olliffe, Robt. 199. 

Oliver, Edw. 184, 190, 201; Eliza. 206; 

John 198; Mary 190; Richard 196; 

Wm. 190. 



Ondale, John 193. 

Oran, Robt. 194. 

Osborne, Jno. 207 ; Thos. 194. 

Owen, Richard 186. 



Pack, Christ. 194. 

Packhurst, Antho. 187. 

Packman, Geo. 190. 

Pacye, Henry 182. 

Paddison, Tho. 188. 

Page, Annis 183. 

Paine, Florentine 189; John 195; Wm. 

195, 197. 
Palmer, Edw. 197; Jon. 192; Rebecca 

194; Robt. 210. 
Parker, Jon. 192; Rich. 206; Thos. 203, 

199; Wm. 197. 
Parkin, Robt. 183. 
Parramore, Edw. 202. 
Parrey, Robt. 200. 
Parris, Arundell 198. 
Parrs, Saml. 209. 
Parry, Wm. 201, 191. 
Parsons, Henry 203. 
Pateford, Wm. 198. 
Patrick, Thos. 202. 
Paule, Steph. 202; Thos. 201, 195. 
Pauley, John 197. 
Peach, Wm. 201. 

Peacock, Michaell 195; Richd. 191. 
Peadle, Corbett 200. 
Peake, Tho. 195; Wm. 200. 
Peale, Malachy 210. 
Pearce, Kath. 180. 
Pearepoint, Wm. 202. 
Pearle, Francis 180. 
Peckaring, Geo. 209. 
Peeters, Tho. 200. 
Peirce, John 206; Robt. 206; Wm. 200, 

182, 202, 205, 189, 208. 
Pelcock, Barthol. 182. 
Peltriman, Robt. 194. 
Pembridge, Tho. 202. 
Pemdergast, Phillipp 204. 
Penny, Wm. 203. 
Pepper, Francis 192; Henry 203. 
Percifull, Edw. 189; Robt. 190. 
Pereene, James 196. 
Perkins, James 195; Jane 183; Nich. 

187; Robt. 196; Tho. 195. 
Perrin, James 188; John 189. 
Perry, Ezekiell 202; Henry 185; Wm. 

185. 
Peters, Lawrance 183. 
Petick, Eliza. 187; Leonard 187. 
Pett, Math. 188. 



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223 



Pettibone, Richard 185. 

Peyton, Henry 209. 

Philcock, Richd. 208. 

Phillipps, John 200; Lawr. 183; Robt. 

182, 205; Wm. 204. 
Phipps, John 206. 
Pickering, Joane 189. 
Picknar, Thos. 206. 
Pike, John 209, 210. 
Piland, Alexr. 197; James 197; Joane 

197. 
Pilkington, Wm. 201, 203. 
Pillard, Benj. 196. 
Pine, John 211. 
Pinion, Wm. 201. 
Pinner, James 202. 
Pitcherd, Thos. 198. 
Pitt, Robt. 199, 202; Thos. 185, 196. 
Playston, Ann 196. 
Plummer, John 196; Thos. 195. 
Plunkett, Edw. 199. 
Poiden, Rose 200. 
Poland, Perrigin 199. 
Polewheele, Wm. 206. 
Pollard, John 190. 
Pond, John 203. 
Poole, David 192; Henry 194; Robt. 

194. 
Pooly, Elianor, Jon. 200. 
Popeles, Richd. 181. 
Popeley, Capt. 196. 
Porter, Edmd. 198; Henry 182, 184; 

James 206; Jon. 198; Manassa 198. 
Potery, Ann 197. 
Pott, Francis 199, 182; Hattill 185; 

John 199. 
Poulton, Wm. 199. 
Powell, Ann 189; David 183; Ellen 

188; Georg 196; Henry 185 

Howell, John 196; Richard 188 

Robt. 186; Tho. 180; Walter 200 

Wm. 202. 
Powett, Richard 188. 
Powlter, Andrew 192. 
Poynter, Tho. 204. 
Poythres, Francis 187. 
Pratt, John 197, 207. 
Pren, John 181. 
Preston, Hen. 198; Richard 201, 185; 

Sam. 191. 
Price, Arthur 189; Hugh 200; John 

191; Maurice 203; Tho. 206; Wm. 

185, 193. 
Prichard, Tho. 204. 

Prince, Edw. 195, 185; Edmund 208. 
Prior, Wm. 189. 
Prosser, Georg 180. 



Provose, Marke 191. 
Pudivatt, Jane 198; Wm. 198. 
Puggett, Cesar 206. 
Pullock, David 187. 
Puse, Richard 191. 
Puttivatt, Wm. 181. 
Pyke, Thos. 190. 



Quash, Francis 194. 
Quiney, Richard 203. 

R 

Rabbish, James 191. 

Raddish, David 193. 

Radford, John 182. 

Ralfe, ivfargarett 205. 

Ramsden, Jon. 196. 

Ramsey, Eliza., Thos. 192, 180. 

Ransha, Thos. 191. 

Rasall, Richd. 196. 

Ratcliffe, Edw. 185. 

Rawboord, Mannering 196. 

Rawlings, John 186. 

Ray, Darby 193; John 186; Peter 206; 

Thos. 203, 193. 
Raye, Henry 200. 
Raynard, Robt. 204. 
Read, Geo. 200; Ellianor 201; Geo. 

185; Wm. 183. 
Reades, Eliza. 199. 
Reddinge, Robt. 200. 
Reddish, John 195. 
Redicke, John 205. 
Redman, Wm. 199. 
Reeves, John 196; Jon. 191, 194. 
Remington, Jon. 200. 
Resbury, John 195. 
Reymond, Tho. 197. 
Reyne, Rowland 196. 
Reynolds, Gilbert 193; Mr. 202; Nich. 

198; Wm. 199. 
Ribone, Antho. 191. 
Rice, David 194; Francis 191, 202; 

Richard 209. 
Richards, Maude 199; Eliza. 200; Jon. 

196; Richard- 203, 200; Tho. 205; 

Wm. 188. 
Richardson, Ellis 193; Luke 180; Symon 

209; Tho. 195, 197, 206. 
Richerson, Isabell 198; John 190. 
Richett, Francis 202. 
Ricketts, Edw. 189. 
Rigby, Peter 190, 189; Robt. 197; 

Dorothy 182. 
Right, Giles 197. 
Rimmington, Thos. 204. 



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Ringall, Tho. 195. 

Rippon, Ann, Ellis 181. 

Rivers, Thos. 181. 

Roberts, Edw. 185, 207; Evan 204; 

Ewen 202; John 188; Peter 199, 

193; Thos. 185. 
Robins, John 193, 199, 195, 200, 184; 

Obedience 207. 
Robinson, Andrew 181; Christo. 196; 

Edw. 204; Hen. 206; James 180; 

John 210; Jon. 206; Margarett 

192; Nich. 203; Richard 190; 

Sarah 206; Tho. 203, 210; Wm. 

203. 
Rock, John 200. 
Rocks, Antho. 200. 
Rodgett, Tho. 199. 
Roe, John 183; Nicho. 202. 
Roger, John 186; Jon. 202. 
Rolfe, Thos. 184. 
Ronston, Jon. 197. 
Rood, Wm. 191. 
Roods, Jon. 180. 

Roper, Phillipp 200; Wm. 196, 188. 
Rosier, Mr. 187. 
Rosse, James 191; Thos. 194. 
Rosser, Fr. 200. 
Rouch, Richard 199. 
Routt, Richard 209. 
Rout, Hugh 186. 
Row, John 204. 
Rowe, Tohn 184. 
Rownsifall, Hen. 199. 
Royall, Joseph 188, 195. 
Rugg, Benj. 206. 
Rush, Jon. 194. 
Russe, Wm. 195. 
"-issell, Wm. 208. 
Rutland, Georg 198, 205, 204; Rich. 

184. 
Rutt, Jeremiah 184. 
Rutter, John 189. 



Sabin, Thos. 197. 

Sadler, Eliz., Edmund, Margt., Mary 

183; John 203; Thos. 193. 
Salle. Elianor 197. 
Sallett, Chas. 204; Gyles 192. 
Salsburg, Georg 191; Robt. 187; Wm. 

191. 
S-ltrea. John 1S6. 
Sanderby. Tho. 189. 
Sanders, Eliza. 206; Henry 200; Mich- 

aell 189; Wm. 196, 197. 
Sanderson, Edw. 182. 
S?ndish, Steph. 188. 



Sanin, Robt. 203. 

Sanner, Sarah 186. 

Savage, Rich. 182; Thos. 196. 

Savin, Thos. 181. 

Sawyer, Wm. 189, 195. 

Sayes, Thos. 190. 

Saylor, Arthur 194. 

Scarburgh, Edmund 191, 196. 

Scowen, Humph. 206. 

Scott, Wm. 193. 

Sculler, John 186. 

Seager, Jon. 200. 

Searle, Gabriell 182; Richard 185. 

Seaver, Hugh 186. 

Seaward, John 184, 195, 202. 

Seawell, Arthur 182. 

Seeker, Geo. 207. 

Semaster, Hen. 191. 

Sergent, Arthur 205. 

Serridon, Thos. 186. 

Seymour, Thos. 185. 

Shambles, Fowler 195. 

Sharp, Saml. 193. 

Sharpe, Robt. 180; Wm. 185. 

Shaw, Francis 203; Jon. 191; John 197; 

Wm. 203. 
Shelley, Thos. 191. 
Shell, John 203. 
Sheers, Wm. 200. 

Sheppard, Ann 199; John 187; Jon. 199 
Shepard, Susan 206. 
Shepperd, Wm. 195. 
Sherborne, James 193. 
Sherman, James 202. 
Shutleworth, Jon. 192. 
Shinroe, James 209. 
Shirle, Tho. 206. 
Short, Robt. 203. 
Shute, Martin 199. 
Sidney, Eliza 204. 
Siler, Robt. 181. 
Sillito, Roger 206. 
Silver, Marv 202. 
Silvester, Phillipp 197, 206. 
Simpson, Tohn 205, 211. 
Simson, Rich. 207; Thos. 198. 
Skinner. Martin 204. 
Skull, John 187. 
Slaughter, John 182. 
Slowly. Michaell 191. 
Smart, Jon. 200. 
Smarte, Wm. 202. 
Smarlurt, Wm. 189. 
Smith. Alice 191, 197; Arthur 183; 

Brvant 187; Edw. 202; Eliza. 191; 

Ellis 187; Francis 193; Gabriell 

205; Georg 188; Henry 188, 195; 



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225 



James 186, 199; John 191, 205 
Kath. 188; Mary 192; Nich. 184 
204; Richard 182, 192, 204; Saml 
195; Symon 187; Tho. 180, 192 
198, 199, 202, 206; Toby 184, 186 
207; Sanders 187; Sarah 191; Sil 
vester 200. 

Smithfeild, Hen. 192. 

Smithell, Wm. 192. 

Smithnest, Edw. 199. 

Smithwicke, Hugh 186. 

Smyth, Jno. 207. 

Snead, Saml. 180. 

Snelletts, John 197. 

Snellocke, Jon. 200. 

Snow, Henr r 181. 

Southell, Henry 183. 

Southerwood, Isaac 198. 

Southwell, Eliz. -83. 

Spach, Edw. 196. 

Spackman, John 197. 

Spaine, Thos. 186. 

Sparkes, Mr. 199. 

Sparrow, Tho. 183. 

Sparshott, Edw. 180. 

Speed, Robt. 194. 

Speevy, Georg 207. 

Speight, Francis 186. 

Spencer, Francis 207; Kath. 204; Nich. 
180, 209; Wm. 180, 182, 194. 

Spicer, Edw. 202. 

Sprouse, Alice 197. 

Spuer, Margarett 204. 

Standish, Georg 204. 

Stacie, Eliza 201; Geo. 199. 

Stamp, Thos. 201, 186. 

Standy, Hugh 191. 

Stanks, James 189. 

Stanton, Robt. 194; Tho. 208. 

Stany, Robt. 186. 

Starford, Margarett 181. 

Starr, Eliz. 190. 

Stee, Francis 190. 

Stephens, Gerrance 194; Garrett 185; 
Jon. 195; Richard 200; Saml. 205. 

Stereman, John 209. 

Stiles, Robt. 203. 

Stillwell, Nicho. 192. 

Stinett, Richard 187. 

Stinger, Peter 199. 

Sturges, Symon 203. 

Stocker, John 192, 203. 

Stockdale, Edw. 182. 

Stokes, Robt. 180. 

Stone, Edw. 187; Joyce 198; Wm. 192. 

Stoute, Thos. 198. 

Shonelock, Hen. 192. 



Stoner, Alexr. 201. 

Stoole, Thos. 189. 

Story, John 190; Wm. 187, 188, 194. 

Stoweil, Ralph 187. 

Strange, Wm. 185. 

Stratton, Henry 184; John 198. 

Streate, Antho. 180. 

Streete, Tho. 181. 

Strong, James 197. 

Strowd, Thos. 196. 

Stunnerson, Sarah 204. 

Styles, John 196. 

Sutton, Georg 191; John 189; Wm. 

191; Tho. 199. 
Sweete, John 186, 197, 203; Wm. 199. 
Swicher, John 202. 
Swift, Thos. 188. 
Swilliams, Corn. 189. 
Swillivant, Daniel 210. 
Symons, Gilbert 191; Jon. 206; Sarah 

187. 
Symmons, Roger 193; Thos. 193. 
Symonds, Symon 204; Thos. 208. 
Sykes, Jon. 197. 



Tabb, Humph. 192; Tho. 205. 

Talbott, Jon. 194; John 195; Peter 188. 

Tame, Henry 197. 

Tandy, Willi. 205. 

Tanner, Tobias 187. 

Tapp, Tho. 203. 

Tappin, Hen. 199. 

Tatum, Nath. 181, 186; Ralph 194. 

Taverne, Francis 196. 

Taylor, Anna 181; Elias 181, 188; Eliz. 

183; James 204; Jane 206; Peter 

Phillipp 206; Ralph 198; Robt. 

197, 204, 211; Thos. 181, 186, 195, 

197, 205; Wm. 181, 183, 198. 
Terry, John 190. 
Terryes, John 208. 
Temperance, John 189. 
Thacker, Hen. 198; Silvester 206. 
Theboult, Clemt. 205. 
Thomas, Henry 204; John 186; Jon. 

191, 200; Mary 204; Rich. 191; 

Robt. 194; Wm. 195. 
Thomson, Edw. 211. 
Thomason, 211. 
Thompson, Eldred 208; Edw. 211; 

Mathew 209. 
Thomson, Ed. 211; Wm. 193. 
Thorne, Geo. 210. 
Thornecroft, Edw. 181. 
Thorneton, W. 189. 
Thorpe, Wm. 203; Daniel 205. 



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Thunder, Peter 196. 

Thorogood, Adam 180, 193. 

Thorrowgood, Adam 199, 201, 203. 

Tibault, Robt. 205. 

Tilcock, Wm. 196. 

Tiplad, Jon. 198. 

Tisdale, Richard 202. 

Tisdall, Richard 205. 

Tixton, John 187. 

Tockwood, Eliz. 207. 

Todd, Thos. 187, 193. 

Tolston, John 208. 

Tomlin, Jon. 192. 

Tompson, Hen. 200; John 204; Tho. 

204; Willi. 205. 
Tonstall, Edw. 201. 
Tooke, James 180. 
Totnam, Silvester 194. 
Towleson, John 181; John 188. 
Townsend, Edw. 186; Robt. 206. 
Trade, Thos. 202. 

Travellor, Alice 180; Geo. 180, 188. 
Traverse, Wm. 209. 
Treble, Wm. 182. 
Tree, Humph. 207. 
Trelawney, Robt. 203. 
Trevell, Eliza 196. 
Trigg, Saml. 182. 
Trisilian, Kather. 200. 
Trollock, Jon. 192. 
Trolodore, Lydia 197; Wm. 197. 
Trotter, Thos. 190. 
Troyes, John 206. 
Trueman, Wm. 185. 
Truitt, Jon. 191. 
Turbuck, Willi. 184. 
Turfry, Richard 193. 
Turner, Abraham 192; Geo. 199; John 

200; Mary 195; Wm. 206. 
Turtley, Avis 181. 
Tuck, Woodham 191. 
Tucker, Jon. 198, 204; Wm. 197, 200, 

206. 
Tunstall, Edw. 191. 
Twy, Tohn 187. 
Tye. Richard 195. 
Tvlley, John 182. 
Tvman, Sarah 192; Wm. 192. 
Tyson, Georg 197. 

U 

Udall, Jon. 

Underwood, Wm. 199. 
Unwyn, Geo. 195, 198. 
Upton, John 184, 197, 199, 202. 
Urwin, Wm. 191. 



Uteley, James 201. 
Utye, Mary 196. 



Vallentine, John 195. 
Vanson, Rich. 200. 
Vaughan, Christ. 195. 
Vaus, Robt. 190. 
Veare, Mary 199. 
Velayne, Jer. 186. 
Venice, Wm. 198. 
Vinon, Geo. 206. 
Vinwyn, Geo. 195. 

W 

Waddington, Francis 210; Geo. 209; 

Ralph 210; Robt. 209. 
Wade, John 188; Phillipp 197; Rich. 

192. 
Waight, Ursula 199. 
Wakeland, Anne 186. 
Walcocke, Robt. 200. 
Waldron, Tho. 194. 
Walker, Henry 211; Saml. 195. 
Wall, John 201. 
Wallis, Rebecca 190; Robt. 190; Thos. 

210. 
Walters, Tho. 191 ; Wm. 199. 
Waltham, John 188, 196, 208. 
Ward, Geo. 183; Jon. 182; Robt. 195; 

Seth 207 ; Tho. 207. 
Warden, Thos. 203. 
Warder, Wm. 205, 206. 
Warkeham, Grace 203. 
Ware, Wm. 185. 

Warner, Augustine 199; Tho. 204. 
Warren, Amos 188; Thos. 195; Wm. 
Washborne, Daniell 184. 
Washington, John 210; Richard 182. 
Waters, Geo. 193; John 181. 
Waterhowse, Samll. 194. 
Watkins, Alice 181; Edw. 187; Richard 

207; Saml. 190; Wm. 200. 
Watson, Andrew 211. 
Watt, Henry 204. 
Watter, Peter 184. 
Watts, Edw. 184; Jer. 180; Rich. 196; 

Tho. 199. 
Wattson, John 201; Nich. 181. 
Weaver, John 186. 
Webb, Eliza 197; Richard 207; Steph. 

196, 182; Wm. 195, 197. 
Webster, Luce 196; Nath. 198; Richard 

187; Roger 196; Susan 196; Tho. 

196. 
Weeks, Jon. 205. 
Wellingworth, Jon. 197. 



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Wells, Edmond 195; Jon. 194; Walter 
206. 

Welsonn, Henry 184. 

Wesby, John 189. 

Weslike, Ann 187. 

West, Humph. 196; Robt. 198; Wm. 
199. 

Westake, Jon. 191. 

Westwood, Robt. 204. 

Westlock, Ann 181. 

Wharton, Geo. 205. 

Wheeler, Edw. 191, 210; Francis 192; 
Thos. 195, 201. 

Wheery, Robt. 199. 

White, Daniel 210; Edw. 181; Geo. 
183, 202; Henry 191, 201; James 
190, 208; John 201, 204, 186, 198; 
Katherine 187; Lawrance 206; 
Nath. 184; Oliver 187; Phillipp 
191; Richard 181; Wm. 209, 197. 

Whitecroft, Robt. 181. 

Whitehead, Richard 210. 

Whitfeild, Wm. 180. 

Whiting, Ann 201; James 201; Owen 
203. 

WickclifTe, John 191. 

Wildy, Wm. 195. 

Wigg, Wm. 199; Wm. 184. 

Wike, Alex. 189. 

Wilcox, Grace 196; Michaell 183, 196; 
Roger 195; Richard 185. 

Wilkeson, Jno. 207. 

Wilkins, Humph. 202; John 208. 

Wilkinson, John 205; Naomy 180; 
Thos. 201; Wm. 180. 

Willett, Hen. 182. 

Willia, Edw. 205. 

Williams, Corn. 191; Edw. 186, 190; 
Evan 180; Henry 192; Jon. 191; 
John 202, 203; Judeth 185; Mor- 
gan 206; Richard 194, 191, 186, 
198, 200; Robert 191; Rog. 191; 
Tho. 193, 203. 

Williamson, Antho. 193; Jon. 200; 
Richd. 184. 

Willis, John 197; Thos. 206. 

Willshaw, John 192. 

Willon, Merra 191. 

Willoughbye, Thos. 191. 

Wilmott, Edw. 180. 

Wilsonn, Eliza 195 ; Nath. 205. 



Winders, James 190. 

Winkeford, Jos. 200. 

Winn, Hugh 181, 184. 

Wiser, Joyce, 207. 

Witcher, Hen. 191. 

Withers, Jon. 

Wittington, Wm. 189. 

Wofindal, Adam 210. 

Wombwell, Tho. 206. 

Wongan, Isaac 183. 

Wood, Abra. 194; John 189; Robt. 191 ; 

Walter 201 ; Wm. 184. 
Woodall, John 201. 
Woodbrid^e, Eliza. 192. 
Woodhowse, Tho. 187, 206; Wm. 193. 
Woodliffe, John 187. 
Woodruffe, Richard 200. 
Woodward, Christo. 197; Wm. 199. 
Woolridge, Tho. 201. 
Wootton, Rich. 198. 
Workman, Richard 205. 
Worldridge, George 208; Wm. 204. 
Wornham, John 210. 
Wortman, Ann 203; Jon. 203; Mary 

203; Tho. 203. 
Wosencroft, Maudelin 184. 
Wragg, Benj. 197. 
Wrench, Ann 187. 
Wright, Jane 202; Jon. 199; John 200; 

Robt. 191. 
Wrye, Peter 186. 
Wyatt, Edwin 204; Francis 182, 201, 

204; Henry 184; Richard 198; 

Thos. 
Wye, Geo. 202. 
Wygood, Kather. 202. 
Wynn, Hugh 198, 180. 



Yarratt, Wm. 184. 

Yeardly, Argoll 193. 

Young, Ciceley 205; Dorothy 180; Ed- 
win 185; Ellis 187; Pharoe 203; 
Richard 180, 185, 201, 203; Tho. 
204; Wm. 187. 

Yowell, Thos. 209. 



Zouch, John 194. 



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